The Alliance promotes new field sales manager

The Alliance promotes new field sales manager

Schaus has worked directly with Alliance shareholders and will expand her responsibilities as manager.

The Aftermarket Auto Parts Alliance Inc. announced that Kendall Schaus has been promoted to field sales manager, effective now. In this expanded role, Schaus will focus on Alliance member sales efforts including national service retail chain accounts and the Auto Value, Bumper to Bumper and Confidence Plus Certified Service Centers (CSC) program. 

“Kendall works seamlessly with our shareholder members and their sales teams,” said JC Washbish, president of the Alliance. “She is a natural salesperson and understands service is the difference when taking care of the shop customer. We are excited to see her embrace her new management role as she continues to lead the Alliance sales efforts.”

Schaus officially joined the Alliance in October of 2020 as field sales representative. Schaus has worked directly with Alliance shareholders on national account efforts, sales trainings, CSC banner shop program elements, and will now expand her responsibilities as manager.

“I’m excited to continue working directly with our Alliance shareholder members on their sales and business development efforts, particularly with National Accounts and our Certified Service Centers,” she said. “As members of APSG we are equipped and ready to work directly with National Accounts and continue our group efforts to better service our customers. Our Certified Service Center banner shop program continues its growth in 2024, and I’m pleased to serve as point person and main contact for developing industry partnerships, expos and partner events.”

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