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Lift Association Elects Officers & Directors

November 29, 2006

CORTLAND, NY – The Automotive Lift Institute (ALI) elected Jerry Lentz of Challenger Lifts, Inc. (Louisville, KY) to serve as chairman of the board of directors during the Association’s recent Annual Membership Meeting. Other Board members are: Rick Wells of Mohawk Resources Ltd. (Amsterdam, NY), Pete Liebetreu of Hunter Engineering Co. (Bridgeton, MO), Doug Grunnet of ALM Auto Lifts/Mach. Corp. (Streator, IL), and Jeff Kritzer of Bend-Pak, Inc. (Santa Paula, CA). Gary Kennon of Rotary Lift/Dover Ind. Co. (Madison, IN) will serve in the role as past chairman, and Bob O’Gorman (ALI President) was re-elected as ALI Secretary/Treasurer.

Members of ALI must adhere to strict industry standards and market lifts that bear the “Gold Label” of the ANSI Accredited ALI Automotive Lift Certified Lift Program. This indicates that the lifts are tested and validated as complying with the rigid requirements of the ANSI National standard governing lift construction (ANSI/ALI ALCTV-1998).

For a list of member companies, details on ALI’s safety activities, or for information on obtaining available lift inspection and safety materials, visit www.autolift.org.

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