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FMI Automotive receives Fla. Excellence Award

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PANAMA CITY BEACH, Fla. (June 6, 2014) — FMI Automotive has been awarded the 2013 Florida Excellence Award by the U.S. Trade and Commerce Institute (USTCI).

The award is in recognition of having enhanced the commitment and contribution of small businesses through service to customers and the community.

“This is a tremendous honor and we want to thank USTCI for recognizing FMI Automotive with this prestigious award,” said John Wall, CEO of FMI Automotive, a Panama City Beach-based single-source aftermarket manufacturer of premium-quality water pumps.

 

“FMI is committed to providing our customers with outstanding support and service, so it is very gratifying to be acknowledged for that commitment. I want to thank every member of the FMI team, as this award truly belongs to them.”

FMI said each year USTCI conducts business surveys and industry research to identify companies that have achieved demonstrable success in their local business environment and industry category.  According to USTCI, FMI Automotive has consistently demonstrated a high regard for upholding business ethics and company values, and this recognition marks a significant achievement as an emerging leader.

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