Dorman Congratulates July Contest Winners

Dorman Congratulates July Contest Winners

dormanContestWinnersDorman University has announced the winners of its July Service Technician and Counterperson of the Month contests. Both winners successfully completed Dorman’s new Driveshaft Assemblies training module earning them each $250.

Congratulations go to:

• Rob Berger, Dorman’s July Counter Person of the Month. Berger has worked at Performance Automotive in Jonesville, Mich., for more than 21 years, serving as store manager for more than seven years. As a longtime participant in Dorman’s “Be-the-First-to-Know” new product alert program, Berger regularly learns of new product launches, like the new Driveshaft Assemblies program. He also submits and shares new product ideas with Dorman via Staying connected to the latest new product announcement from Dorman earned Berger an easy $250.

• Brian Johnson, Dorman’s July Service Technician of the Month. Johnson has been involved in the automotive industry since 1972, spending the past four years at VJ’s Auto Service in Arcadia, Calif. He always keeps his eye out for Dorman’s New Product Announcements, and encourages his team to “always check the Dorman website before calling the dealership.” Johnson noted that completing the Driveshaft Assemblies module was “informative” – and participating this time earned him $250.

After visiting and enrolling in the program, students can begin selecting from a wide variety of available course content. Enrollment is free. Each Dorman University training module consists of: course materials that can be downloaded for easy reference, learning content such as videos or presentations, a brief quiz on the course materials, an opportunity to earn a certificate of completion and a closing review summary.

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