Custom Automotive Network (CAN) announced the immediate appointment of Michael Stickney to the CAN Board of Directors. Michael Stickney is currently the Chief Sales Officer for SuperSprings International, Inc., located in Carpinteria, California. CAN’s Chairman of the Board, Scott Wahlstrom, announced the appointment after Denise Waddingham submitted her resignation from the Board of Directors to pursue a new position with SEMA as senior council manager. Michael Stickney will serve the remainder of Waddingham’s’ manufacturer term through the end of 2020. Stickney has served the automotive aftermarket for 29 years with multiple industry leaders including: Westin Automotive, Chrysler, Michelin, MagnaFlow Exhaust, and Pro Comp Suspension. He previously served on CAN’s Board of Directors as a manufacturer director in 2019 and as a truck manufacturer liaison. Tracie Nunez shared, “Since joining the CAN Board of Directors last year, Denise has made impactful contributions to the association. I would like to sincerely thank her for her service and wish her the very best. In addition, we are excited to welcome Michael Stickney back. He is very familiar with CAN’s mission and has always been a valuable asset to the board.”
Custom Automotive Network was founded in 1970 as Performance Warehouse Association. The mission is to assist the custom automotive industry in efforts to expand, maintain and promote the profitable distribution of custom automotive products through the manufacturer, distributor, retailer and consumer channel. The trade association consists of about 500 member companies joined together to deal with management, financial and legislative matters. For over 40 years, CAN has been hosting its annual three-day conference where distributors meet with manufacturers in a private setting. CAN also publishes a bi-monthly publication called The Supply Channel. Other member benefits include an industry dealer directory and various member discount programs. For more information please visit www.customautomotivenetwork.com  or call 760.346.5647.
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