National Mechanical

REDLINE DETECTION SEEKS NOMINATIONS FOR SECOND ANNUAL REDLINE ROCK STAR PERFORMANCE AWARD

̶ Technician will be Awarded $2,500 in Cash and Prizes–

ORANGE, CALIF., Nov. 21, 2014—Redline Detection, the industry leader in OEM-mandated diagnostic leak detection equipment, is encouraging anyone who works with, or knows, a talented technician to nominate him or her for the second annual Redline Rock Star Performance Award. The award recognizes a technician for their commitment to family, community and the industry. Friends, family members, shop owners, etc. can easily nominate worthy technicians through Redline’s online nomination form.

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