Affinia UVG Receives Award from Uni-Select Northwest in Large Vendor Category for Raybestos Brand Brakes

Affinia UVG Receives Award from Uni-Select Northwest in Large Vendor Category for Raybestos Brand Brakes

Affinia Under Vehicle Group recently was named the Gold Vendor of the Year in the large vendor category by Uni-Select Northwest, the second time in three years that the group and its Raybestos brand brakes line have earned the honor.

Affinia Under Vehicle Group recently was named the Gold Vendor of the Year in the large vendor category by Uni-Select Northwest, the second time in three years that the group and its Raybestos brand brakes line have earned the honor.

Affinia UVG received the award for excellence in customer service and support, promotional programs, cataloging, and local representation.

"We are committed to the ongoing improvement of the products and services that make up the Raybestos brand offering, and the recent addition of the Parts Plus Friction program to our partners at Uni-Select Northwest is one example of our efforts," said Ken Myers, marketing manager for Affinia Under Vehicle Group. "We are pleased to accept the Uni-Select Gold Vendor of the Year Award on behalf of everyone at Affinia."

Affinia UVG and the Raybestos brand also earned the Gold Vendor of the Year Award in 2003 and the Silver Vendor of the Year Award in 2004.

Uni-Select is Canada’s second largest distributor of automotive replacement parts, equipment, tools and accessories and through Uni-Select USA, Inc., the company also provides service to customers in the United States, where it is the eighth largest distributor. The Uni-Select Network includes more than 2,000 independent jobbers and services more than 3,100 points of sale in Canada and the United States.

For more information about Raybestos brand brakes, visit the following websites: www.raybestos.com or www.raybestosracing.com.

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