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Nominations Now Being Accepted For Federated Shop Of The Year

Shops may be self-nominated or nominated by others and will be evaluated based on a set of criteria established by Federated, which can be found on the online nomination form. Nominations must be received by Jan. 26, 2018, to be eligible.

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Does your shop have a stellar reputation for customer service, quality repairs, knowledgeable staff and community involvement? If so, nominations are now being accepted for Federated Shop of the Year.

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Each year, Federated Auto Parts recognizes a top shop with a track record of excellence. Shops may be self-nominated or nominated by others and will be evaluated based on a set of criteria established by Federated, which can be found on the online nomination form. Nominations must be received by Jan. 26, 2018, to be eligible.

“We are always impressed with the caliber of shops nominated for Federated Shop of the Year,” said John Marcum, director of marketing, Federated Auto Parts. “We have been fortunate to honor so many outstanding shops that work hard every day to provide exceptional service to their customers and give back in their community. They represent our industry well.”

Past recipients of the Federated Shop of the Year award include: Roy’s Autoworks of Howell, Michigan; American & Import Auto Repair of Johnson City, Tennessee; Freddie Kish’s Complete Car Care Center of Waco, Texas; Brighton Auto Service of Brighton, Michigan; and Weathers Motors Inc. of Media-Lima, Pennsylvania.

For more information or to nominate a shop, visit the Federated Auto Parts website at federatedautoparts.com/ShopOfTheYear.aspx.

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