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Submit Nominations for 2013 Tech School of the Year

Online nominations end Aug. 26 for the 2013 Tomorrow’s Tech’s School of the Year program, which recognizes excellence in technical training and education in the nation’s automotive programs.

Missouri Dealer Tech Wins Top Honors in Contest

Kim Brant, an automotive technician at Joe’s Tire and Auto Service in St. Joseph, Mo., was selected as the 2012 Best Tech. The second annual Best Tech contest is sponsored by Wix Filters, part of the Affinia Group, and the Babcox Media Tech Group, which includes Brake & Front End, ImportCar and Underhood Service magazines.Brant

Got Top Techs? We Want To Know Who They Are

Calling all best techs! Do you make your customers’ vehicles charge ahead, run like a champ and cross the finish line first? Do you feel like you are leading the charge for service excellence? If so, have we got a contest for you.Wix Filters has partnered with AutoCarePro:News (a sister web publication to Tire Review)

Four Tech Schools Named School of the Year Finalists

Tomorrow’s Technician magazine has named the four regional finalists for its 2010 School of the Year program. The Tomorrow’s Technician School of the Year program is sponsored by Chicago Pneumatic and Wix Filters. Selected from some 300 applications nominating more than 163 schools, the four finalists were Arapahoe Community College, Littleton, Colo.; Caddo Career and

Tech School of the Year Contest Opens

Nominations are now open for Tomorrow’s Technician magazine’s third annual School of the Year award, sponsored by Chicago Pneumatic. Students, teachers, parents and school administrators are encouraged to nominate their programs for the 2010 School of the Year award by Dec. 31, 2009. Nominations can be made at Participating schools have the chance to

Klarius Buys Quinton Hazell from Affinia

On Feb. 2, automotive aftermarket manufacturing and distribution business Klarius completed the purchase of the Quinton Hazell automotive group from U.S.-based Affinia. Quinton Hazell is headquartered in Leicester, England, with manufacturing and distribution assets in France, Germany, Italy and Spain. The purchase brings a wide range of automotive aftermarket and OEM brands together, combining extensive