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News   January 25, 2006   by Auto Service World

Aftermarket Veteran to Head Beck/Arnley in Canada


Jerry Stevens, a veteran of the Canadian automotive aftermarket, has been named vice president of sales, Canada, for Beck/Arnley.
The announcement was made by Max Dull, president & CEO of Beck/Arnley. In his new position, Stevens is responsible for the Canadian sales efforts for the company.
“As a 30-year veteran of the automotive aftermarket, we feel extremely fortunate to have Jerry as a new member of our Beck/Arnley family,” said Dull. “He has in-depth knowledge of the automotive aftermarket as well as extensive experience in sales that will prove to be invaluable to our company. We could not have picked another person more qualified to lead our Canadian sales efforts than Jerry.”
Prior to joining Beck/Arnley, Stevens served as vice president of sales for a North American fuel and transmission filter supplier for over six years. He also served as the Canadian general sales manager for ITT Aimco Automotive for over nine years and with Champion Spark Plug for over 11 years.
Stevens is a past president of the Automotive Services Marketing Association of Canada and current president of the Central Ontario Automotive Booster Club B-12 Toronto.
Stevens completed executive coursework at Michigan State University, as well as the Cresheim workshop program in Business Negotiating. Stevens lives in Oakville, Ont., with his wife, Maureen.
Beck/Arnley is focused on providing service parts for foreign nameplate vehicles.


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