|NAC Congratulates CEO Bill Speaks for 25 Years of Dedication, Integrity and Leadership!|
|Wednesday, 11 July 2012 00:00|
WESTERVILLE, OH – NAC, a leader in the administration of top quality vehicle service agreement products and the development of online dealer contracting technology, is proud to announce and congratulate CEO Bill Speaks for reaching the impressive milestone of 25 years with NAC!
Speaks, who was introduced to the automotive industry at a young age, already had extensive retail and F&I experience when he branched out to become a highly respected educator and coach. He returned to the car industry 11 years later with well-honed leadership and team-building skills, quickly moved into the administrative, more corporate, side of the industry, and was recruited as NAC’s first team member in 1987.
Currently CEO for National Auto Care, Bill’s integrity, unique views on business, and strong focus on teamwork have become the cornerstones in NAC’s strong foundation and the pivotal elements of the company’s longevity and successful, enduring partnerships.
“NAC’s long-term success is a sincere testament to Bill’s dedication to our company and team,” said Pete Biscardi, President of NAC. “His steadfast belief that it’s up to us, as a company, to ‘MAKE ourselves valuable everyday’ to our clients and partners is more than just a slogan for NAC. It’s truly become the driving force behind NAC’s impeccable reputation within the vehicle service contract industry,” Biscardi stated.
In honor of Mr. Speaks 25th anniversary with the company, NAC recently made a generous donation to the charity of his choice, The Pulmonary Fibrosis Foundation (PFF).
NAC (National Auto Care Corp.) has been developing innovative, value-based aftermarket products and competitive service agreement programs for automotive, power sports, and recreational vehicles for over 27 years now. NAC provides unique access to a highly experienced team and provides the top-level service and support necessary to ensure unlimited success and profitability. For more information, visit www.nacsolution.com