CAA Manitoba and CAA South Central Ontario to merge

Thornhill, Ontario — January 19, 2016 —  Tow truck operators may want to take note that two membership organizations, , CAA Manitoba and CAA South Central Ontario (CAA SCO) are announcing their formal intention to merge.

“I am deeply honoured to express our intention to merge. This new partnership will be built on our greatest asset – our trusted brand,” said Mike Mager, President & CEO, CAA Manitoba. “By bringing together two successful CAA Clubs, both are better positioned to offer an even higher calibre array of products and services that are essential to our members’ safety and peace of mind.”

CAA SCO’s President & CEO, Jay Woo, agreed that the ability to work together to provide a superior member experience is exciting.

“Today marks a major milestone in our long and rich history. The combination of resources and expertise will deliver greater capabilities, innovations, and advocacy expertise to keep our members and their loved ones safe,” said Jay Woo, President & CEO, CAA SCO.

CAA Manitoba and CAA SCO remain committed to member safety and offering exceptional member service. The merger of these two organizations will enhance roadside assistance, travel, and insurance services in both Manitoba and Ontario. The two companies will also continue to operate under their current respective brands.

CAA Manitoba and CAA SCO intend that the proposed merger will occur on September 30, 2016, subject to member and regulatory approvals.

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