Franchisees were recognized nationally for performance, leadership and operational excellence, and regionally for car counts and sales.
Laurel Olguin will be responsible for the coordination of future events and promotions.
The presentation on Wednesday, Dec. 8, is intended for shop owners, service managers, dealers and technicians.
Designations are reserved for exceptional donors who support the foundation’s mission of providing scholarships and educational opportunities to the next generation of industry leaders.
Mike McManus, former president of National Auto Body Council, is named to the new role.
More than 10,000 high school and college transportation students anticipated to attend.
Infinite Auto charged consumers a total of $58,216 and is ordered to stop selling VSGs immediately.