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TPS urges readers to nominate businesses for our Distributor of the Year program

If you missed it last week, now is the perfect time to nominate an aftermarket distributor for our Trucks, Parts, Service Distributor of the Year award.

Our annual award program is built on audience participation — it is your input that determines our annual finalists — which is why it is imperative that you take a minute (literally, it only takes that long) to nominate up to three aftermarket operations you believe deserve accolades and recognition as one of our finalists in 2020.

We accept nominations from all corners of the trucking industry — you don’t have to work for a distributor to cast a ballot — nor do we restrict the number of businesses qualified for our program. Only 2019 winner Action Truck Parts is ineligible for this year’s program. All other independent aftermarket parts distributors in the United States and Canada are eligible for our award.

The Trucks, Parts, Service Distributor of the Year program was founded in 2002 and serves as one of the independent aftermarket’s highest honors. It is graciously sponsored by Minimizer, Meritor, Karmak and Interstate Billing. The five aftermarket businesses that receive the most nominations during our open nomination period from now until June 30 will be selected as finalists for this year’s honor; our winner will be again presented at Heavy Duty Aftermarket Week (HDAW) next January in Grapevine, Texas.

To nominate an independent aftermarket distributor for this year’s award, please CLICK HERE.

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