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PACCAR Parts announces the incoming 2017 Peterbilt Parts Council

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PACCAR Parts’ executive team welcomed the incoming 2017 Peterbilt Parts Council and recognized the outgoing members for their service in a joint meeting held at PACCAR Parts.

“Noted parts directors and managers from Peterbilt dealerships in the United States and Canada serve on the council,” said Danny Landholm, national sales manager for Peterbilt PACCAR Parts. “In the coming year, they will focus on optimizing truck performance for operators and fleets.”

The slate of new council members in 2017 include: Chairman Michael Beeghly, The Peterbilt Store – Richmond, Virginia; Ryan Saner, Peterbilt of Springfield, Missouri; Bill Lawhead, Golden State Peterbilt – Fresno, California; Mike Hung, Rush Peterbilt Truck Center – Pico Rivera, California; Mike Warburton, Doonan Peterbilt of Great Bend, Kansas; Joe Duncan, Rush Peterbilt Truck Center – Houston; Craig Risser, Hunter Keystone Peterbilt – Lancaster, Pennsylvania; John Ball, The Peterbilt Store – Columbia, South Carolina; Howie Poirier, Cervus Equipment Peterbilt – Stoney Creek, Ontario; and Brent Lawrence, Stahl Peterbilt – Edmonton, Alberta.

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The council says it will remain focused on its mission and objectives which include: partnering with PACCAR Parts to provide dealers with tangible solutions and empowering dealerships across the continent to pursue successful business development opportunities. Through a joint effort, both will aim to maximize customer uptime with industry-leading service and TRP parts offered in all 384 Peterbilt dealership locations and 27 TRP Stores in North America.

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