Bozarth leaving ITRA exec post

Slaybaugh, Chuck
May 2001
Tire Business;5/7/2001, Vol. 19 Issue 3, p1
Trade Publication
Reports the resignation plans of Marvin Bozarth, executive director of International Tire & Rubber Association in Nashville, Tennessee. Views of the elected Thomas Rabin of Rabin Tire Co. on the plans of Bozarth; Organization of a search committee by Rabin; Certification of commercial tire technicians.


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