PACCAR Parts names 2022 Peterbilt Parts Council

PACCAR Parts names 2022 Peterbilt Parts Council

PACCAR Parts recently announced the 2022 Peterbilt Parts Council. The council partners with PACCAR Parts to empower Peterbilt dealerships across the United States and Canada to pursue successful business development opportunities. Through this collaboration, PACCAR Parts and the council deliver retail availability and provide exceptional customer service.

“The Peterbilt Parts Council includes outstanding parts sales, operations and marketing professionals from Peterbilt dealerships throughout the United States and Canada,” said Danny Landholm, Peterbilt national sales manager, PACCAR Parts. “The council’s focus this year will be on optimizing existing programs and services and identifying new, innovative ways to maximize uptime for Peterbilt customers.”

The members of the 2022 council are:

Chairman Brent Lawrence of the Canada West Region at Stahl Peterbilt in Edmonton, AB; Lee Anderson of the West Region at the Jackson Group Peterbilt in Salt Lake City, UT; Troy Magness of the West Region at Coast Counties Peterbilt in Windsor, CA; Whitt Michael of the West Region at Rush Peterbilt Truck Center in New Braunfels, TX; Derek Lanahan of the Central Region at Rush Peterbilt Truck Center in Irving, TX; Dan Vandenbos of the Central Region at Kansas City Peterbilt in Kansas City, KS; Ryan Saner of the Central Region at The Larson Group Peterbilt in Strafford, MO; Larry Griffith of the East Region at The Peterbilt Store in Ringgold, GA; Brandan Cobb of the East Region at Hunter Peterbilt in Pittsburgh, PA; Wes Gayhart of the East Region at Peterbilt of Atlanta in Jackson, GA.  

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