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MEMA Marketing Executives Council Adds Members


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The Marketing Executives Council (MEC) of MEMA Aftermarket Suppliers announced that it has added new members to its executive committee

The new executive committee members are:

Rebecca Conway – Vice President, U.S./Canada Aftermarket Marketing, Clarios
David Stewart – Vice President, Sales & Marketing, Wells Vehicle Electronics

“We are excited to welcome Rebecca and David to our Marketing Executives Council executive committee,” said Susan Pase, senior advisor & director, councils, at MEMA Aftermarket Suppliers. “Their fresh insights and expertise will be invaluable as we continue to innovate and drive industry growth.”

The MEC provides brings together automotive aftermarket supplier marketing executives to collaborate on issues facing the North American manufacturer base. The MEC said it serves a role in helping aftermarket suppliers communicate to key audiences and develop communication strategies and action items. Council meetings serve in the continuing education of new technologies, marketing avenues, trade show activities, research, and other related topics.

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