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Dill's Brian Rigney Named TIA Board Secretary

Posted on July 6, 2017

The Tire Industry Association (TIA) has elected a new board secretary, and re-elected its treasurer. 

Brian Rigney, left, will become the TIA board secretary, while Mike Wolfe, right, will serve a second term as the board treasurer. Both terms begin Oct. 30.
Brian Rigney, left, will become the TIA board secretary, while Mike Wolfe, right, will serve a second term as the board treasurer. Both terms begin Oct. 30.
Brian Rigney, president of Dill Air Controls Products LLC, was elected secretary during TIA's mid-year board meeting. At Dill Rigney oversees 125 employees. Since 2005 the company has conducted training seminars to help tire dealers properly service vehicles' tire pressure measuring systems (TPMS). For the past three years Rigney has been involved in the training and government affairs committees at TIA.

Mike Wolfe was re-elected to a second term as the board's treasurer at the same board meeting. Wolfe is owner and operator of Southeastern Wholesale Tires. He's served on the TIA board for the past nine years, and he's active on the membership, strategic planning and finance, and government affairs committees. He's also a past president of the North Carolina Tire Dealers Association and has served on that board for the past 16 years.

"Brian brings a wealth of knowledge and experience in the tire industry and we are confident that he will contribute many insightful ideas in his new position," says Roy Littlefield, executive vice president of TIA. “Mike continues to prove himself as a valuable asset within the executive board and association.”

Both terms begin Oct. 30, 2017.

For more information about TIA, visit www.tireindustry.org.

Related Topics: Brian Rigney, Dill Air Controls Products LLC, Mike Wolfe, Southeastern Wholesale Tire, TIA, TIA board of directors

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