Vancouver, WA January 29, 2012 – A Dick Hannah Dealerships service technician is the regional winner of the Race III Competition for Multi-Point Inspection (MPI) and is advancing to the national competition in Las Vegas, Nevada on March 10, 2012. 54 service technicians from the area met at the regional event where Sean Fitzgerald, Service Technician of Dick Hannah CJD, was declared the winner.
Fitzgerald will be representing Dick Hannah Dealerships and it’s employees’ commitment to excellence as he continues on to the Race III Competition’s national event to compete against 4 others from across the country.
During the competition, service technicians used sophisticated tools in the multi-point inspection system to correctly diagnose a vehicle’s malfunction through the MPI system. These high-rated technicians are considered to be the top of their field in repairing today’s high technology vehicles.
The Race III Competition for Multi-Point Inspection began with 7,000 technicians competing across the United States at individual events at 458 different dealerships, 54 technicians per region moved on to the next round and competed in 5 regional events where the top 5 competitors who won are moving on to the final round in Las Vegas.
Family owned since 1949, Dick Hannah Dealerships is dedicated to providing excellent customer service, maintaining a positive and productive work environment, and conducting business in a way that promotes the highest principles of integrity and ethical behavior. Dick Hannah Dealerships feature franchise auto dealers selling both new cars and used cars through their Acura, Chrysler-Jeep-Dodge-Ram, Honda, Hyundai, Kia, Subaru, Toyota-Scion and Volkswagen Dealerships. As one of the largest privately owned auto dealer groups in the state of Washington, Dick Hannah Dealerships is also setting the standard for environmental best practices for automobile dealerships. Teaming up with the National Arbor Day Foundation, Dick Hannah Dealerships plants a tree with every car they sell. So far over 60,000 trees have been planted. To learn more visit www.dickhannah.com.