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Marylou Hornung of Bendix Commercial Vehicle Systems Joins the AASA Technology Council Board

Date: February 22, 2018

RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, N.C. – Marylou Hornung, director of sales operations, Bendix Commercial Vehicle Systems LLC, is the newest member of the Board of Governors for the Technology Council (ATC) of the Automotive Aftermarket Suppliers Association (AASA).

“The ATC Board of Governors and the ATC membership are fortunate to have Marylou join the board,” said Chris Gardner, AASA vice president. “She is a long-time supporter of the ATC, she brings a unique perspective from her experience in sales support and S&OP, and she will provide leadership in technology areas for heavy duty aftermarket suppliers.”

Also serving on the ATC Board are:

  • ATC Board Chairman – Ron Haimbaugh, manager, product and catalog data, SKF;
  • Patrick Enniss, product development manager, Mann+Hummel;
  • Kevin Pentecost, information security manager, SMP; and
  • Brent Berman, director, training and consumer experience, Federal-Mogul.

The ATC Spring Meeting will be held March 23, the day following the AASA Vision Conference, in Chicago. Details about the ATC meeting are available here.

MEDIA CONTACT: Margaret Beck, 919-406-8828 or media@mema.org

About ATC

The AASA Technology Council (ATC) is a forum for networking and exchange of best practices focusing on current and emerging technologies that support members’ efforts to reduce costs, improve efficiencies and pursue new business opportunities. More information is at www.aasatechnology.org

About AASA

AASA (www.aftermarketsuppliers.org) exclusively serves manufacturers of aftermarket components, tools and equipment, and related products, an important part of the automotive parts manufacturing industry which supports 871,000 American jobs. AASA is a recognized industry change agent – promoting a collaborative industry environment, providing a forum to address issues and serving as a valued resource for members. AASA is the light vehicle aftermarket division of the Motor & Equipment Manufacturers Association (MEMA). “AASA, The Voice for the Automotive Aftermarket Supplier Industry”

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