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Arnold Motor Celebrates Fundraising, Key Channel Partners


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Arnold Motor Supply, in collaboration with several channel partners in the automotive aftermarket, raised $75,000 for the nonprofit Tori’s Angels.

The company celebrated the fundraising achievement during its annual golf and leisure event.

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is a nonprofit organization dedicated to assisting children with life-threatening medical challenges.

“Tori’s Angels makes a profound difference in the lives of children and families in Iowa,” said Eric Johnson, president and managing partner at Arnold Motor Supply. “With the support of our valued channel partners, we’re thrilled to have made a meaningful difference for approximately 20 more families in need.”

Tori’s Angels covers all medical and travel expenses not covered by insurance, providing support from acceptance into the program until a child’s 19th birthday. The foundation always is looking for more children to help. Tori’s Angels CEO, Kirby Klinge, encourages Iowa families to reach out to the foundation for more information.

Channel Partners Recognized

Arnold Motor Supply also took the opportunity to recognize outstanding contributions from key channel partners during the event.

The company recognized PPG Industries as Vendor of the Year for PPG’s exceptional partnership and commitment through training, shop certification programs and inventory optimization.

East Penn’s Mark Hoffman, Kevin Irlocker and Ben Clark were named Reps of the Year for their customer-loyalty programs and field support.

Arnold Motor presented the Agency Partner of the Year award to Greg Nevins and Jeff Ridley of N.A. Williams, acknowledging their substantial contributions during product changeovers, fieldwork and wrap-around program support.

“Arnold Motor Supply and their channel partners remain dedicated to community support, improving the lives of those in need and reinforcing their collaborative efforts for the future,” the company said.

The company would like to recognize the major sponsors that helped to nearly double the donation over last year’s fundraising efforts: Valvoline, BBB Industries, 3M, Delphi, Dorman Products, Dayton Parts, East Penn, First Brands Group, Growmark, Motorcar Parts of America, Akzo Nobel, AP Emissions, Denso, Gates Corp., Northland Oil, Mevotech, Bosch, C-Aire Compressors and Highline Warren.

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