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Turn 14 Distribution Named SEMA Channel Partner of the Year

Turn 14 Distribution was named SEMA Channel Partner of the Year at the 2022 SEMA Show in Las Vegas. Announced at the SEMA Show Kick-Off Breakfast on November 1 before the SEMA Show floor opened, the award represents outstanding commitment to the $51 billion automotive specialty equipment industry.

Turn 14 Distribution is among more than 1,900 exhibiting companies at the 2022 SEMA Show. The four-day trade show allows manufacturers of automotive parts and accessories to debut new products. With buyers from all over the world gathering at the show, manufacturers are able to connect with customers in person while holding demonstrations and engaging in meetings.

Turn 14 Distribution was named SEMA Channel Partner of the Year in part because of its reputation for being honest, fair, and easy to work with. They care about the industry and always go the extra mile to take care of their partners. Turn 14 is involved in all aspects of SEMA and is constantly helping to promote benefits, provide updates and represent the automotive aftermarket as a whole. Its employees are actively involved in service through SEMA councils and networks.

For more about SEMA: www.semashow.com.

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