In this AMN Drivetime podcast with host Bill Babcox, the two CEOs talk about McCollum’s drive to serve others.
It was Vange Proimos’ experience as a tech and shop owner that has informed much of his success as CEO of AP Emissions.
From first jobs crashing a NAPA Delivery vehicle to today leading the nation’s top association for motor and equipment suppliers, Bill Long says he really got his start in this industry on the “ground floor.”
Having worked with several icons of the industry – Art Fisher, Rusty Bishop and Larry Pavey – Godschalk says she feels thankful to have worked with such great teachers. The experiences she gained working with talented leaders has been invaluable she says.
This episode dives into a number of important topics while also reflecting back on milestone career moments.
In Episode 6 of the AMN Drivetime Podcast with Bill Babcox, Judge shares his industry advice and the lessons he has learned from his early mentors that he carries with him in his current role.
In Episode 6 of AMN Drivetime with Bill Babcox, Bill sits down for a chat with Larry Pavey, industry veteran and current CEO of the Automotive Parts Services Group (The Group).
In the 23-minute podcast, Eric and Bill talk about everything from the best and worst drivers around the globe, to proudest career moments, as well as some of the most significant technology changes taking place in the aftermarket today, including in the EV space.
Listen in to this week’s episode and find out how Franco made the leap from hot rods to owning one of the industry’s leading software companies today.
John R. Washbish, president and CEO of the Aftermarket Auto Parts Alliance, got his start in the aftermarket in the late 50s at his father’s warehouse distributorship.
In episode 2 of AMN Drivetime, Babcox Media CEO Bill Babcox talks with industry icon Kathleen Schmatz.
In this inaugural episode of AMN Drivetime, Babcox Media CEO Bill Babcox talks with six-time NHRA world champion about his career trajectory from the Kroger warehouse driving forklifts to drag racing, his most meaningful race, “Your Car. Your Data. Your Choice,” and how he stays fit at 55.