Corona, CA (January 12, 2015):
Tom Fredrickson has been named COO (Chief Operating Officer) at Lucas Oil Products, Inc. After joining the company in 2002, Fredrickson has acted as General Manager and Chief Administration Officer (CAO), and his new title continues his corporate responsibilities encompassing production, marketing, sales, and R&D.
“Tom Fredrickson has been our General Manager for Lucas Oil Products, Inc., for the past 14 years,” said Lucas Oil Founder, President and CEO Forrest Lucas. “Tom is a member of our senior management team with Bob Patison and myself, and his elevation to Chief Operating Officer (COO) is richly deserved.”
Lucas Oil Products, Inc., is a world leader in high performance oils, fuel treatments and problem solving additives with the largest variety of shelf products of any oil company in the United States. Lucas Oil’s premium lubrication products are marketed worldwide and retail at more than 40,000 auto parts stores across the nation and at virtually every truck stop in America.
Said Bob Patison, Executive Vice President of Lucas Oil, “Lucas Oil is very fortunate to have Tom Fredrickson as our COO. We three have worked very closely together through the years and I look forward to continuing our relationship knowing that the day to day management of the Lucas Oil family of companies are safely in his hands as we continue to expand throughout the USA and globally.”
Fredrickson started his career at NET Consolidation Company, a ‘Not for Profit’ Financial Services company. He is educated in automotive technology, finance and investments that you can find more here. Born and raised in Southern California, he lives in Corona, CA and is married to wife Christine for 35 years and they have two grown children. It is your income that determines the amount you can take as a benefit payday loans. This makes it easier for you to pay back loans when you have to. By doing so, you avoid the cycle of debt which keeps increasing and might create trouble in the future. Before taking a payday loan, understand the laws in your state to avoid high interest rates and fees.