CAT Awards 2011 voting now open

Voting for the 2011 CAT Magazine Industry Awards is now open.

Readers nominated in their droves and now it’s up to you to decide who will be named the aftermarket’s top people and companies.

“We’ve strengthened our server’s capability in preparation for the massive increase in visitors we get to our website at Awards time,” said CAT editor Emma Butcher.

“The CAT Awards are unique in that they are nominated for and voted on by the industry.

“To win one is to win endorsement by your suppliers, customers and peers. It’s a tremendous achievement.”

The nominees for this year’s Awards are…

GARAGE OF THE YEAR

  • ABP Motorsport, Crewe
  • Anglo Continental Cars, Bletchley
  • Barrett-Lee, Sudbury
  • Claytons MOT & Service Centre, Leeds
  • Complete Car Maintenance, Surrey
  • Two Techs, Dartford

FACTOR OF THE YEAR

  • Autoparts, Glasgow
  • East Antrim Motor Factors, Carrickfergus
  • Euro Car Parts, Wembley
  • GMF Motor Factors, Swansea
  • Motor Serv, Milton Keynes

RETAILER OF THE YEAR

  • Euro Car Parts, Wembley
  • Graham Goode Racing, Leicester
  • Jet Wheel Tyre, Essex
  • LK Performance, Cleckheaton

SUPPLIER OF THE YEAR

  • Robert Bosch
  • Denso Aftermarket Sales UK
  • Klarius
  • NGK
  • Saxon

PERSON OF THE YEAR

  • Garay Barak, Chicane Marketing
  • David Main, BEN
  • Brian Newell, TRW
  • Tony Sackett, Unipart and IAAF
  • Mike Webb, CAAR

GREEN INNOVATION OF THE YEAR

  • Piston ring, Federal Mogul
  • Twin Tip spark plug, Denso
  • Waterless car wash, Synionic
  • Winter tyre, Nokian Tyres

Choose your aftermarket heroes now, by VOTING HERE

Published by emmabutcher

Emma has been CAT's editor since January 2008. There isn't much she doesn't know about the aftermarket - and her favourite topic is definitely BER!

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