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California Dealers’ Annual New Year Luncheon Is Jan. 12

Posted on January 5, 2017

The California Tire Dealers Association's (CTDA) annual new year luncheon will be Jan. 12, 2017, at The Dal Rae Restaurant in Pico Rivera, Calif. The event will be hosted by 1-800EveryRim.com—OEM Wheels.

The luncheon is organized by Billy Eordekian, who asks those interested in attending to respond by January 9 to Billy@1-800EveryRim.com or 562-351-4840.

The Tire Industry Association (TIA) will be represented by President Tom Formanek, regional sales manager of Stellar Industries Inc. SEMA Wheel and Tire Council Chairman Joe Findeis, creator and founder of The Ultimate Wheel & Tire Plus Sizing Guide, also will speak. CTDA President Chris Barry of the Independent Tire Dealer Group will serve as master of ceremonies.

The event’s gold sponsors are Yokohama Tire Corp., Pirelli Tire North America Inc., Federated Insurance Companies and 1-800EveryRim.com.

Silver sponsors are Voxx Wheels and Lakin Tire.

Attendees are asked to arrive at 11:30 a.m. for appetizers and refreshments. The event is free to all tire related industry vendors and tire dealers.

Related Topics: 1-800EveryRim.com, Billy Eordekian, Chris Barry, CTDA, Joe Findeis, Tom Formanek

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