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PTDA recognizes 77 member companies using new association logo

Las Vegas, NV -- The Power Transmission Distributors Association (PTDA) has acknowledged 77 member companies as par...


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November 3, 2005
By MRO Magazine
MRO Magazine

Las Vegas, NV — The Power Transmission Distributors Association (PTDA) has acknowledged 77 member companies as part of the association’s Go for the Gold program. The program encourages members to reinforce their standing as industry leaders, with employees, business partners and customers, by incorporating the PTDA logo into their own branding efforts.

Designed to be fun and easy to participate, the program recognizes five general categories of use: Stationary, operational materials, sales and marketing materials, electronic marketing and giveaways. Members can receive recognition for three levels of participation:

— Bronze — At least one application each in any two categories.
— Silver — At least one application each in any three categories.
— Gold — At least one application each in any four categories.

Forty-six member companies were recognized at the association’s recent Industry Summit in Las Vegas for reaching gold status, 21 members for reaching silver status, and 10 member companies for reaching bronze status.

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Eight member companies (two from Canada) received special recognition for using the logo in at least one application in all five categories:

— Diamond Chain, Indianapolis, Ind.
— Gates Corporation, Denver, Colo.
— Jason Industrial, Dorval, Que.
— Miller Bearings, Orlando, Fla.
— NSK Canada Inc,, Mississauga, Ont.
— Oilite Bearing Division, Beemer Precision, Fort Washington, Pa.
— Peer Bearing & Chain Company, Waukegan, Ill.
— Ruland Manufacturing Co., Inc., Marlborough, Mass.

For more information about the Go for the Gold logo recognition program and a complete list of medalists, visit www.ptda.org/GoForTheGold.