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Motovicity Named CAN Reseller of the Year

Motovicity Distribution has been named 2018 Reseller of the Year by the Custom Automotive Network (CAN) at the Association's Conference in Frisco, TX.

Motovicity Distribution, Madison Hts., MI, has been named 2018 Reseller of the Year by the Custom Automotive Network (CAN).  The prestigious award, voted on by CAN membership in recognition of outstanding contributions to the custom automotive distributionsystem and in appreciation of conscientious dedication to the industry, was presented by CAN’s President, Tracie Nunez, at the 45th annual CAN Connect Conference on September 9, 2018 in Frisco, TX.

Nunez, said “It is wonderful to see Motovicity being honored as CAN’s Reseller of the Year. Passion, service and innovation truly describe what their team brings to the industry brands and their customers.”

The Motovicity Distribution story begins where passion meets business; a diverse group of enthusiasts, racers, and business professionals at the height of their skills who came together to redefine the automotive performance aftermarket from the Motor City. Since 2002, they have been dedicated to the success of their customers.

Motovicity’s mission is to offer a specialized distribution service to jobber shops and particular independent retailers by developing business relationships with companies and enthusiasts who support the aftermarket automotive industry. Motovicity is a true warehouse distributor, dedicated to stocking more inventory, adding new product lines and giving their customers the best service they can offer.

With a newly designed and innovative customer website, an ASE certified sales team, and same day shipping until 8pm EST, Motovicity Distribution delivers on performance, Nunez said.

Custom Automotive Network was founded in 1970 as Performance Warehouse Association. The mission is to assist the custom automotive industry in efforts to expand, maintain and promote the profitable distribution of custom automotive products through the manufacturer | distributor | retailer | consumer channel. The trade association consists of about 500 member companies joined together to deal with management, financial and legislative matters. For more information please visit www.customautomotivenetwork.com or call 760-346-5647.

 

 

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