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CAN announces its Person of the Year

(Sept. 10, 2018) -- Custom Automotive Network would like to congratulate Adrian Murray of Painless Performance Products for being named 2018 Person of the Year.

LA QUINTA, Calif. — Custom Automotive Network, formerly known as Performance Warehouse Association, would like to congratulate Adrian Murray of Painless Performance Products for being named 2018 Person of the Year.

The prestigious award is voted on by CAN membership and recognizes someone who has made a significant contribution for the benefit of the custom automotive distribution system. The award was presented by Custom Automotive Network’s President Tracie Nunez at the 45th annual CAN Connect Conference on September 9, in Frisco, Texas.

Painless Performance Products is recognized as the leading manufacturer of high-quality automotive electrical products for the street rod, muscle car, race care and off-road markets. Founded in 1990 with one basic chassis wiring harness, the company has grown the years to offer fuel injection wiring, switch control centers, battery management systems and a variety of electrical accessories – over 400 products in all.

Adrian Murray joined Painless in 1998 as Vice President of Sales and has been President and CEO since 2004. During that period of time Painless has been recognized as Manufacturer of the Year by CAN’s predecessor the Performance Warehouse Association in 2002, 2010 and 2011.

Tracie Nunez, president of CAN, said “We are honored to present this Person of the Year award to Adrian Murray who is a true advocate for the entire industry. His support for Custom Automotive Network’s mission has been immeasurable this last year.”

For more information please visit www.customautomotivenetwork.com.
SOURCE: CAN press release

 

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