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Federated honors members for excellence

TBA & Oil Warehouse in Indianapolis is honored as the Federated Co-Man Member of the Year

STAUNTON, Va.—Federated Auto Parts has recognized three of its members for their commitment to the success of key Federated programs. The awards were announced at the recent Automotive Parts Services Group (The Group) national conference and expo held virtually, Aug. 18-21.

TBA & Oil Warehouse in Indianapolis was honored as the Federated Co-Man Member of the Year. This annual award is presented to a member that has shown outstanding support of the member-owned Co-Man warehouse operation and its programs.

FROM LEFT: Joe Rutledge, category director, performance / OEM, Harneet Kaur, director of marketing, and Larry Montante, vice president of category management accept the Federated Member Marketing Excellence award for Keystone Automotive of Exeter, Pa.
FROM LEFT: Sammy Sachin, Rich Pallai, Moe Ali, Bobby Nascimento and Rishi Singh accept the Federated National Accounts award.

Keystone Automotive of Exeter, Pa., was recognized with the Federated Marketing Excellence Award. This top award is presented to the Federated member who has demonstrated consistent excellence in their marketing activities and provides support for other members where possible.

Arch Auto Parts of Hollis, N.Y., was presented with the Federated National Accounts Award. This prestigious award recognizes a Federated member for excellence in serving national account customers.

“We are proud to honor these Federated members who excel in executing marketing, national accounts and Co-Man programs,” said Sue Godschalk, president of Federated Auto Parts. “We congratulate TBA, Keystone and Arch Auto Parts on earning these prestigious awards. We thank them and all of our members for their continued dedication to the success of these important Federated programs.”

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