Performance Warehouse Association 2015-2016 Directors Announced - Engine Builder Magazine

Performance Warehouse Association 2015-2016 Directors Announced

Andy McJannett
Andy McJannett

Performance Warehouse Association (PWA) has announced the newly elected directors to the PWA board of directors.

Andy McJannett, Performance Improvements (Incumbent): Andy will be returning to serve another two year term. Andy is a strong supporter of both multi-step distribution and our industry associations. Passionately connected to this industry and it success, Andy looks forward to helping PWA make changes necessary to adapt and grow.

Dave Ziozios, Motovicity (Treasurer): Dave will be serving his first term as a PWA director. He is looking forward to helping PWA continue to bring together industry professionals, mentors and educations that support the performance aftermarket industry, generation after generation.

John DeBalso, AAM USA: John sees PWA as “our” organization – the organization for distribution. Having been raised in a family owned jobber business has allowed John to gain perspective from many angles. John will work diligently with other PWA board members to address the challenge of marketing to the average consumer and issues of unilateral pricing and preserving margin.
Please direct any questions or comments to Tracie Nunez, PWA President, at [email protected] or by calling 760-346-5647.




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