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NCTDA to induct Black's as Dealer of the Year

Posted on February 5, 2014

The North Carolina Tire Dealers Association (NCTDA) announced it will induct the North Carolina Dealer of the Year & Hall of Fame inductees at its 2014 Annual Expo/Trade Show in Raleigh March 28th.

The inductees are: J.H. "Shorty" Parrish (Hall of Fame) and Ricky Benton Sr., owner of Black’s Tire Service (Dealer of the Year). Black’s is number 77 on the 2013 MTD Top 100 Retreaders in the U.S. list.

The North Carolina Tire Dealers Foundation will also be awarding college scholarships to two deserving students connected to the tire industry.

For more information visit http://www.nctda.com/convention.htm.

For more news on NCTDA see:

NCTDA inducts two into Hall of Fame

NC dealers oppose bill to end safety inspections

Related Topics: Black’s Tire Service, NCTDA, North Carolina Tire Dealers Association, Ricky Benton, Shorty Parrish

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