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Jack Cameron To Lead Commercial Sales at Brake Parts

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Jack Cameron To Lead Commercial Sales at Brake Parts

Jack Cameron has joined Brake Parts Inc. LLC as national sales manager for commercial vehicles. He will lead the company’s sales efforts in the heavy duty and fleet aftermarket.

“As an industry veteran with over 30 years of experience in the automotive aftermarket, we are pleased to welcome Jack to the Brake Parts Inc team,” says Brian Kirts, vice president of sales for Brake Parts. “His previous positions have given him a broad knowledge base that will be very beneficial as Brake Parts Inc. continues to grow and increase share in the commercial vehicle marketplace.”

Cameron began his aftermarket career in 1983 in a sales role at Federal-Mogul. He went on hold a variety of management positions within the industry, including: vice president of marketing for Dorman Products Inc., director of sales and marketing for Ken-Tool Corp., and general manager of The Timken Co. In 2007, Cameron joined the Automotive Aftermarket Suppliers Association (AASA) where he served as vice president of programs and services as well as executive director of the Brake Manufacturers Council. He came to Brake Parts from a commercial business development role at Genuine Parts Co.

Cameron has served on the board of governors of AASA and the Automotive Sales Council and has been an officer of the Manufacturers Advisory Council of AWDA. He has earned a Master Automotive Aftermarket Professional (MAAP) designation and was honored with the Northwood Automotive Aftermarket Management Education Award.

A graduate of the University of Mississippi where he earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration with a major in marketing, Cameron attended the senior business management program at the University of Virginia Darden School of Business.

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