ACDelco Announces 2003 Technician of the Millennium III – Canadian Finalists
The regional ACDelco Technician of the Millennium III competitions have taken place across Canada and ACDelco is proud to announce the regional finalists that will be competing this fall against five ...
The regional ACDelco Technician of the Millennium III competitions have taken place across Canada and ACDelco is proud to announce the regional finalists that will be competing this fall against five regional finalists from the United States. The final eight will be vying for the coveted title of the 2003 Technician of the Millennium and the grand prize consisting of a brand new Chevy Silverado SS truck, on October 24 at the Venetian Resort and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Starting things off at the New Brunswick Community College in Moncton on July 12, the Eastern Region Technician of the Millennium III contest provided 10 technicians with the opportunity to demonstrate their technical abilities and showcase their ACDelco training. Bruno Bellavance from Auto Diagno Center Inc., Quebec City, took first place for his “exceptional performance,” boasted Corey Graham, ACDelco National Sales and Marketing Manager.
Durham College Skills Training Centre in Oshawa, Ontario, was the venue for the Central Region Technician of the Millennium III hands-on challenge on July 19. ACDelco is proud to announce that Jeffrey Taylor, a technician from Eccles Auto Service Inc., Dundas, Ontario, took first place. Taylor, no stranger to this competition, was Central Region Semi-Finalist in 2001 for the Technician of the Millennium II.
The final regional competition took place August 2 at the British Columbia Institute of Technology in Vancouver. “It’s thrilling to see so many talented Canadian technicians at work,” stated Corey Graham, anxiously awaiting to see who would be titled the Western Region Technician of the Millennium III finalist. And the winner was David Wiebe from Crestview Auto Service in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.
Congratulations to all of the regional semi-finalists and best of luck to our top 3 Canadian technicians who will surely make our country proud at the upcoming final competition.