Wednesday, 06 July 2022 15:45

Auto Care Association Announces New Board of Directors

Written by Camille Sheehan, Auto Care Association


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The Auto Care Association announced the elected members of its board of directors for the 2022-23 term, effective July 1. 

The members of this Auto Care Association Board of Directors are: 


  • Chairman Corey Bartlett, president and CEO, Automotive Parts Headquarters 
  • Vice Chairman Mike Boyer, president, TASCO Sales Reps 
  • Treasurer Greg Noethlich, CEO, Old World Industries 
  • Secretary Rick Schwartz, CEO and managing partner, Schwartz Associates 
  • Immediate Past Chair Brad Kraft, president and CEO, Hopkins Manufacturing Corporation  
  • Board Member Jeff Darby, senior vice president, sales and marketing, Dorman Products  
  • Board Member Cliff Hovis, president, Hovis Truck and Auto  
  • Board Member Duncan Gillis, president and CEO, BBB Industries  
  • Board Member Tina Hubbard, president and CEO, HDA Truck Pride 
  • Board Member John Treece, president and CEO, DMA Sales, LLC 
  • Board Member David Wilbanks, senior vice president, merchandising, O’Reilly Auto Parts 


The new members to the board are Hubbard, Treece and Wilbanks.
Hubbard has been with HDA Truck Pride since 2010. Prior to joining HDA Truck Pride, Hubbard was the senior manager of commercial vehicle sales at AxleTech International. She also spent 18 years with Federal-Mogul in a number of management positions within its commercial vehicle division, including national fleet sales, national accounts, business development and marketing and product management.


A graduate of Adrian College, Hubbard holds a bachelor's degree in international business. She also holds an MBA in marketing and management from the University of Cincinnati. 
Treece founded DMA Holdings, Inc., in 2007. With a 30-year career that began in sales, Treece quickly ascended to senior sales management positions before transitioning into product development and marketing.


In 2002, Treece acquired Atlantic Automotive Engineering, a remanufacturer/manufacturer of automotive steering systems. Treece pioneered the EPS (electronic power steering) remanufacturing effort in 2009 as one of...

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