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TI Automotive Joins Performance Warehouse Association

TI Automotive has become a manufacturer member of the Performance Warehouse Association (PWA). PWA is an automotive industry association devoted to performance and truck distributors.

TI Automotive has become a manufacturer member of the Performance Warehouse Association (PWA). PWA is an automotive industry association devoted to performance and truck distributors.

“As a manufacturer of high performance aftermarket fuel pumps, joining PWA was a natural fit for us,” said Doug Thomson, director, North American aftermarket. “It is our desire to give back to the high performance market and the opportunity to participate in the PWA Conference earlier this year provided us with the opportunity to network with their distributor members.”

PWA is a nonprofit organization of specialty automotive parts distributors joined together to deal with management, financial and legislative matters.

For more information, visit www.tiautomotive.com/aftermarket.

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