CAA Saskatchewan honours nine contractors with Award of Excellence for Roadside Assistance

CAA Saskatchewan Roadside Assistance Excellence Award Winners 2013.

Back row, from left: Ryan Williams, Topnotch Towing, Weyburn; Kevin Lane, VP of Automotive Services, CAA Saskatchewan; Scott Brown, Bonick’s Auto Service, Melville; Barry Schlosser, Discovery Towing, Humboldt. Front row, from left : Lewis Parson, Bobcats Towing, Moose Jaw; Karen Tyers, Joe’s Locksmith, Moose Jaw (Best Locksmith); and Shaun Bergsveinson, La Ronge Sales & Service, La Ronge. Not pictured are Ian Morstead, A & B Auto Centre, Shaunavon; Gord Penner, L & G RV Auto Storage, Blaine Lake; and Darren Schlamp, Schlamps Tirecraft, Grenfell.

Regina, Saskatchewan — November 15, 2013 – CAA Saskatchewan recently recognized nine contractors from across the province with the annual CAA Award of Excellence for Roadside Assistance. This prestigious award recognizes contractors who provide consistent, valued and reliable emergency roadside assistance to CAA Members in their region, twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year. The annual award is given to only a handful of the close to 200 CAA contractors in the province.

The CAA Saskatchewan 2012/2013 Award of Excellence recipients are:

- Discovery Towing, Humboldt
- Bobcats Towing, Moose Jaw
- A & B Auto Centre, Shaunavon
- Topnotch Towing, Weyburn
- L & G RV Auto Storage, Blaine Lake
- La Ronge Sales & Service, La Ronge
- Bonick’s Auto Service, Melville
- Schlamp’s Tirecraft, Grenfell
- And for Best Locksmith, Joe’s Locksmith, Moose Jaw

“Congratulations to this year’s CAA Award of Excellence recipients,” said Kevin Lane, Vice President of Automotive Services for CAA Saskatchewan. “We recognize and applaud them for the outstanding service they provide year-round. Each award winner partners with CAA to provide an essential service and a vital link to our members. This CAA Award of Excellence for Roadside Assistance demonstrates our appreciation for these partnerships and also recognizes theoutstanding value they provide to CAA members in our province.”

Roadside assistance is an integral part of the membership benefits and services provided to CAA Members. All roadside assistance calls in Saskatchewan are processed through a central dispatch system based in Regina and sent to the contractor nearest the location of the vehicle breakdown.

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