Performance Warehouse Association's 2017 Election Results - Engine Builder Magazine

Performance Warehouse Association’s 2017 Election Results

Performance Warehouse Association (PWA) has announced the election results for the term of 2017-2018. The PWA staff and board members congratulate Dave Ziozios and John DeBalso.

(Left to right) Dave Ziozios and John Deblasios
(Left to right) Dave Ziozios and John DeBalso

Performance Warehouse Association (PWA) has announced the election results for the term of 2017-2018. PWA President, Tracie Nunez, stated, “We’re excited to retain Dave Ziozios, Motovicity Distribution, and John DeBalso, AAM USA, for an additional term. Their experience and passion for the industry will continue to be a tremendous asset to the PWA board”. Please join PWA staff and board members in congratulating Dave Ziozios and John DeBalso.

Dave Ziozios, Motovicity Distribution   
PWA Treasurer
Dave will be serving his second term as Treasurer on the PWA Board. He is dedicated to serving as an engaged and supportive member of the board who is eager to position PWA as the leading source for industry news, events and all subject matter.
Dave’s full bio

John DeBalso, AAM USA
PWA Board Member

John will enter into his second term as a PWA Board member. He has proudly served on the PWA Board for two years and is dedicated to the causes that are important to you and our industry as a whole
John’s full bio

Founded in 1970, Performance Warehouse Association’s (PWA) mission is to assist the specialty automotive industry in efforts to expand, maintain and promote the profitable distribution of specialty automotive products through the manufacturer/distributor/retailer/consumer channel. PWA is a nonprofit organization of specialty automotive parts distributors joined together to deal with management, financial and legislative matters. Supporting members include manufacturers, manufacturer’s sales representatives, jobbers/retailers, service providers and media publications.

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