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SEMA picks Meyer as Distributor of the Year

SEMA picks Meyer as Distributor of the Year

LAS VEGAS — The Specialty Equipment Market Association announced last week that Meyer Distributing of Jaspar, Ind., received the Warehouse Distributor of the Year Award.

The award was established to honor a warehouse distribution company for its outstanding contribution to the industry during the past 12 months corresponding with the SEMA fiscal year, which was July 1, 2014 through June 30, the release noted.

“Being recognized as the 2015 SEMA Warehouse Distributor of the Year is a truly an honor and attributable to the collaborative efforts of all Meyer team members,” said Jason Braun, executive vice president of Meyer Distributing. “This milestone was made possible by our customers, rep groups and suppliers who have supported us throughout the years. We sincerely appreciate the acknowledgement and look forward to many great years to come.”

Meyer Distributing is a leader in automotive specialty products marketing and distribution, the release explained, adding that through numerous strategically positioned warehousing facilities, Meyer serves thousands of customers nationwide with most states via Meyer Logistics direct ship.

For more information, visit www.mymeyer.com.

SOURCE: Meyer Distributing press release

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Meyer Distributing Vice President of Sales and Marketing Nick Gramelspacher, second from right, accepts the SEMA Wholesale Distributor of the year award from SEMA.

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