Dan Billie inducted into Federated Vendor Hall of Fame

Billie received his honor last month at the Automotive Parts Services Group (The Group) annual conference and expo in Grapevine, Texas.

Dan Billie, left, and Bo Fisher.
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Dan Billie, CEO of Plews & Edelmann, has been inducted into the Federated Auto Parts Vendor Hall of Fame. Billie received his honor last month at the Automotive Parts Services Group (The Group) annual conference and expo in Grapevine, Texas.

“The Federated Vendor Hall of Fame is reserved for the best of the best,” said Bo Fisher, chairman of the board of Federated Auto Parts. “We consider many of the past recipients among our closest suppliers and those who have made a significant impact in the industry. Dan Billie rates 10 on a scale of one to 10 in communication skills, integrity, aptitude and proficiency in deal making. We congratulate Dan on this honor and thank him for his continued support of Federated and its members.”

Billie joined Plews & Edelmann in 2019, bringing a wealth of commercial experience and executive leadership to the company. He previously served as executive vice president of APC Automotive Technologies and worked for nearly two decades at CARDONE Industries where he quickly rose through the ranks, eventually becoming senior vice president. A member of the  Automotive Sales Council, Billie continues to give back to the industry in a variety of ways, volunteering his time and expertise. A graduate of Penn State, Billie also has an MBA from La Salle University in Philadelphia.

The Federated Vendor Hall of Fame recognizes one individual each year who demonstrates dedication to excellence, helping to make a difference for Federated Auto Parts and its membership. Visit http://www.federatedautoparts.com/HallOfFame.aspx to view a list of recent inductees.


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