Nominees chosen for TIA board slots; voting commences soon

Jan. 1, 2020
A slate of 11 candidates has been selected for six three-year terms on the Tire Industry Association (TIA) Board of Directors. The membership will now be voting, with the ballots due by Sept. 1.
A slate of 11 candidates has been selected for six three-year terms on the Tire Industry Association (TIA) Board of Directors. The membership will now be voting, with the ballots due by Sept. 1. A slate of 11 candidates has been selected for six three-year terms on the Tire Industry Association (TIA) Board of Directors. The membership will now be voting, with the ballots due by Sept. 1.

The nominees are: Gary Albright, Becker Tire & Treading, Inc., Great Bend, Kan. (incumbent) John Derringer, Driven Products, LLC, Kent, Wash. Douglas Dunsmore, North Shore Laboratories Corp., Peabody, Mass. Robert Frick, Schrader International, Columbia, S.C. Bob Hendry, 31 Inc., Newcomerstown, Ohio (incumbent) David Jones, Sonsio, Inc., Arvada, Colo. Jeffrey Kendall, Liberty Tire Recycling, LLC, Pittsburgh Brett Matschke, Richlonn’s Tire & Service Centers, Greendale, Wis. (incumbent) Philip Nigh, Elgi Rubber Co., U.S.A., LLC, Luling, Texas Alfred Snyder, Tire Guides, Inc., Boca Raton, Fla.

  • Steve Zimmerman, Tuffy Manufacturing Industries, Inc., Akron, Ohio (incumbent)
  • A slate of 11 candidates has been selected for six three-year terms on the Tire Industry Association (TIA) Board of Directors. The membership will now be voting, with the ballots due by Sept. 1. This year, in addition to being able to download a printable ballot, TIA members can also vote online. They will receive ballots in the mail this month, and the ballot must be faxed in to 301-430 -7283 or postmarked via mail by Sept. 1.

    Results of the election will be announced in mid- September, with the new board members taking office on Monday, Oct. 31 at the organization’s annual meeting at The Cosmopolitan in Las Vegas.

    For more information, visit www.tireindustry.org.

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