Detroit, MI (PRWEB) September 13, 2006 -- Pamela E. Rodgers, owner of Rodgers Chevrolet, Woodhaven, MI., will be honored by the Women’s Automotive Association with a Professional Achievement award at the Detroit Athletic Club, Detroit, MI, on Thursday October 26th, 2006. Ed Peper, the General Manager of the Chevrolet division of GM, will be the honorary chairman of this prestigious event and present this distinguished award. Ed Peper was appointed Division General Manager of Chevrolet in March, 2005. Previously, he was Regional General Manager for General Motors Northeast Region since February 2004. He also previously held the position of Vice President of Sales for Saab Cars, USA.
“We are very pleased to honor Pamela E. Rodgers with our 2006
Professional Achievement award as her achievements, commitment to the
community and contributions in support of women exemplifies the essence
of this award,” states Lorraine Schultz, Founder and CEO of the Women’s
Automotive Association International.
The event will be held October 26th, 2006, at the Detroit Athletic Club, Detroit, Michigan. There will be a 6 p.m. Cocktail Reception, the dinner and award presentation at 7 p.m. For tickets and table sponsorship information for this event, go to http://www.waai.com or email Lorraine Schultz for more information.
Established in 1997, the Professional Achievement Award is presented annually to a professional woman in the automotive industry in recognition of her Commitment, Professionalism, and Success in the automotive industry. Qualities that each recipient of this award has in common include: a) outstanding accomplishments in career, b) leader in business and community, and c) influence and support of other women in the automotive industry.
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