Dan Hanson, Jr. Chair of the CAWA Board of Directors, appoints Jerit Daley of Raybestos Brakes to the Manufacturers Advisory Council
CAWA Chair of the Board, Dan Hanson, Jr. of Hanson Distributing Company, has appointed Jerit Daley of Raybestos Brakes to the Association’s Manufacturers Advisory Council. When Chair Hanson announced the appointment he commented: “Jerit is a young professional in our industry and I know he will add value to CAWA and will assist the Association in achieving its goals as a relevant and viable automotive aftermarket industry organization”. “We will appreciate his participation in leadership and the contributions he will make to the future successes of CAWA and the industry we serve”, Hanson continued.
Mr. Daley is currently the Director of Sales in the west for Raybestos Brakes a Brake Parts Inc. brand ( BPI). He started his career with the corporate office of 1-800-Radiator as a Staff Accountant. He then was promoted to a Regional Sales Manager where he oversaw 25 independently owned heating and cooling part distribution franchises. After 7 years with 1-800-Radiator, Mr. Daley started working for one of the top three independently owned NAPA Auto Parts WD’s as their Sales and Marketing Manager. He directly oversaw nine outside sales reps and all of the retail and wholesale marketing. Three years later, he moved from NAPA to his current profession with BPI as Director of Sales. Mr. Daley graduated from California State University Chico where he received his BS in Business Finance. In his free time, he enjoys spending time with his wife Samantha and daughter Zahra.
CAWA is an automotive aftermarket trade association, which represents auto parts jobbers, retailers, warehouse distributors, manufacturers, manufacturer representatives and program groups. The Association provides educational, legislative and business support to the industry and its membership. It is one of the largest trade associations of its kind in the United States and recognized as a leader in the automotive aftermarket industry.