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California Tire Dealers Association to Hold Annual Luncheon

The California Tire Dealers Association (CTDA) will hold its annual New Year Luncheon on January 17, 2018 at The Dal Rae Restaurant in Pico Rivera, Calif.

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(Left)CTDA board member Billy Eordekian of 1-800EveryRim – OEM Wheels with TIA President David Martin of ATD at TIA Honors 2017 (Right) SEMA WTC Chairman Greg Parker of Wegmann Automotive at SEMA WTC Reception 2017

The California Tire Dealers Association (CTDA) will hold its annual New Year Luncheon on January 17, 2018 at The Dal Rae Restaurant in Pico Rivera, Calif.

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Tire Industry Association President David Martin of American Tire Distributors and SEMA Wheel & Tire Council Chairman Greg Parker of Wegmann Automotive will be featured speakers. Master of Ceremonies will be CTDA president Chris Barry of The Independent Tire Dealer Group. Gold sponsors to date are Federated Insurance, Yokohama, Lakin Tire, and 1-800EveryRim, along with Silver Sponsors ATV American Tire Depot and Net Driven.

“With all due respect to our important speakers, the best part of our event is the pre-luncheon social period including refreshments and appetizers. I call it socially networking the old-fashioned way!” said CTDA board member and event underwriter Billy Eordekian of 1-800EveryRim – OEM Wheels.

The event is free to tire and wheel related industry vendors and dealers. Those interested in attending, sponsoring, or providing door prizes should contact Billy Eordekian at [email protected]

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