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Worldpac cruise rewards loyal customers

Posted on August 21, 2013

Worldpac Inc., an OE and aftermarket auto parts distributor, recently treated over 1,600 loyal customers and guests to a seven-day Alaskan cruise. Customers from 540 shops from 45 states, provinces and territories attended the event.

The company says its “Fantastic Voyage Alaskan Adventure” provided customers with a unique opportunity to join other premier North American service repair professionals and industry leading manufacturers in an unforgettable setting. Destination highlights include Skagway, Juneau, Ketchikan and the Tracy Arm Fjord; Victoria, British Columbia; and Seattle, Wash.

During the event Worldpac distributed over $50,000 worth of extraordinary prizes including $250 certificates for tools and equipment, $100 Visa gift cards, KYB promotional kits, GearWrench tool sets, and Fronius professional flash units.

“Worldpac’s Fantastic Voyage loyalty cruise event provides our customers with a unique opportunity to connect with other industry leading professional automotive business owners as well as our valued suppliers, all world-class manufacturers, in a relaxed environment,” says Bob Cushing, president of Worldpac. “The discussion and exchange of ideas about industry trends, challenges, opportunities and technology was incredibly valuable to all who joined us in this perfect setting, Alaska.”

Related Topics: Bob Cushing, customer appreciation, Worldpac

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