2014-2015 WMDA/CAR MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY

2014-2015 WMDA/CAR MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY
  • SERVICE STATIONS
  • AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR SHOPS
  • CONVENIENCE STORES
  • GAS & GO’S
  • CAR WASHES
  • TIRE DEALERS
  • AUTO PARTS STORES
  • SERVICE STATIONS
  • AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR SHOPS
  • CONVENIENCE STORES
  • GAS & GO’S
  • CAR WASHES
  • TIRE DEALERS
  • AUTO PARTS STORES
  • SERVICE STATIONS
  • AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR SHOPS
  • CONVENIENCE STORES
  • GAS & GO’S
  • CAR WASHES
  • TIRE DEALERS
  • AUTO PARTS STORES
  • SERVICE STATIONS
  • AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR SHOPS
  • CONVENIENCE STORES
  • GAS & GO’S
  • CAR WASHES
  • TIRE DEALERS
  • AUTO PARTS STORES
  • SERVICE STATIONS
  • AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR SHOPS
  • CONVENIENCE STORES
  • GAS & GO’S
  • CAR WASHES
  • TIRE DEALERS
  • AUTO PARTS STORES
  • SERVICE STATIONS
  • AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR SHOPS
  • CONVENIENCE STORES
  • GAS & GO’S
  • CAR WASHES
  • TIRE DEALERS
  • AUTO PARTS STORES
  • SERVICE STATIONS
  • AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR SHOPS
  • CONVENIENCE STORES
  • GAS & GO’S
  • CAR WASHES
  • TIRE DEALERS
  • AUTO PARTS STORES
  • SERVICE STATIONS
  • AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR SERVICE STATIONS
  • AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR SHOPS
  • CONVENIENCE STORES
  • GAS & GO’S
  • CAR WASHES
  • TIRE DEALERS
  • AUTO PARTS STORES
  • SERVICE STATIONS
  • AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR SHOPS
  • CONVENIENCE STORES
  • GAS & GO’S
  • CAR WASHES
  • TIRE DEALERS
  • AUTO PARTS STORES
  • SERVICE STATIONS
  • AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR SHOPS
  • CONVENIENCE STORES
  • GAS & GO’S
  • CAR WASHES
  • TIRE DEALERS
  • AUTO PARTS STORES
  • SERVICE STATIONS
  • AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR SHOPS
  • CONVENIENCE STORES
  • GAS & GO’S
  • CAR WASHES
  • TIRE DEALERS
  • AUTO PARTS STORES
  • SERVICE STATIONS
  • AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR SHOPS
  • CONVENIENCE STORES
  • GAS & GO’S
  • CAR WASHES
  • TIRE DEALERS
  • AUTO PARTS STORES
  • SERVICE STATIONS
  • AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR SHOPS
  • CONVENIENCE STORES
  • GAS & GO’S
  • CAR WASHES
  • TIRE DEALERS
  • AUTO PARTS STORES
  • SERVICE STATIONS
  • AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR SHOPS
  • CONVENIENCE STORES
  • GAS & GO’S
  • CAR WASHES
  • TIRE DEALERS
  • AUTO PARTS STORES
  • SERVICE STATIONS
  • AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR 2014-2015 WMDA/CAR MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY & BUYERS’ GUIDE 2014-2015 WMDA/CAR MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY & BUYERS’ GUIDE TRAINING & EDUCATION GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS CONVENTION & MEGA TRADE SHOW
2014-2015 WMDA/CAR MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY

TABLE OF CONTENTS 2014-2015 WMDA/CAR MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY & BUYERS’ GUIDE 1 TABLE OF CONTENTS Message from the President ___ 2
Officers ___ 3
Past Presidents ___ 3
Staff ___ 3
Board of Directors ___ 4
Hall of Fame Inductees ___ 5
Award Winners ___ 6
Member Benefits & Services ___ 7
Endorsed Member Benefits & Services Providers ___ 8
Code of Ethics ___ 8
Constitution & By-Laws ___ 9
Member Listings ___ 13
WMDA Members ___ 14
WMDA Members Cross Reference Index ___ 28
CAR Members ___ 33
CAR Members Cross Reference Index ___ 47
Associate Members ___ 51
Buyers’ Guide Index & Buyers’ Guide ___ 57
Buyers’ Guide Index ___ 58
Buyers’ Guide ___ 60
Display Advertisers’ Index ___ 68
KEY TO DIRECTORY WMDA Members are listed alphabetically by station/repair facility name.

The listing includes station/repair facility name, address, phone number, fax number, e-mail address, member name(s), and codes representing services provided. CAR Members are listed alphabetically by company name. The listing includes company name, address, phone number, fax number, e-mail address, website, member name(s), and codes representing services provided.

Associate Members are listed alphabetically by company name. The listing includes company name, address, phone number, fax number, e-mail address, website, and contact name(s). Directory listings reflect all WMDA, CAR, and Associate Members in good standing with the Association as of July 8, 2014. KEY TO BUYERS’ GUIDE Suppliers are listed alphabetically within a designated product category in the Buyers’ Guide. 2014-2015 WMDA/CAR MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY & BUYERS’ GUIDE WMDA/CAR Service Station & Automotive Repair Association 1532 Pointer Ridge Place, Suite G Bowie, Maryland 20716 Phone: 301-390-0900 Fax: 301-390-3161 Email: mgates@wmda.net Website: www.wmda.net Compiled by: Marta Gates Graphic Designer: Frank Lang Published as a service to WMDA/CAR Members.

Initial copy provided free. Additional member copies available at $25.00 each.

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MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT 2 2014-2015 WMDA/CAR MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY & BUYERS’ GUIDE Dear Members: The Washington, Maryland, Delaware Service Station and Automotive Repair Association (WMDA) and the Council of Automotive Repair (CAR), proudly presents the 29th edition of the Membership Directory & Buyers’ Guide. The Membership Directory & Buyers’ Guide is a tremendous service to all WMDA/CAR members and is considered the “One Book” of information for the service station and automotive repair industry. I hope that you find the Membership Directory & Buyers’ Guide to be a resourceful tool and will utilize it whenever you’re looking for a member contact or service provider.

Thank you for your continued support. Sincerely, Rick Agoris Rick Agoris Brunswick Crown President, WMDA/CAR WMDA/CAR PAC WMDA/CAR PAC SUPPORT YOUR POLITICAL ACTION COMMITTEE! The WMDA PAC is your voice in state and federal government – make sure your voice is heard! For more information, please contact: Frank Eberle, PAC Chairman e-mail: eberlecitgo@aol.com phone: 301-390-0900

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OFFICERS/PAST PRESIDENTS/STAFF 2014-2015 WMDA/CAR MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY & BUYERS’ GUIDE 3 OFFICERS 2013-2015 STAFF Harry Wainwright 1936 - 1946 Wally Linfoot 1946 - 1947 H.H. Peterson 1947 - 1947 Harry Glickman 1947 - 1948 Lad Mills 1949 - 1950 R.

Roger Wynkoop 1951 - 1952 Richard Altemus 1952 - 1953 Donald Warrington 1953 - 1954 John C. Costello 1954 - 1955 Charles L. Binstead 1955 - 1956 James D.C. Godin 1956 - 1957 Charles Mitchell 1957 - 1958 C. Edward Duvall 1958 - 1959 Paul Noonan 1959 - 1960 Norman Manning 1960 - 1961 Frank Watkins 1961 - 1962 Nathaniel Hauser, Sr. 1962 - 1963 James D. Gouldin 1963 - 1964 Frank Watkins 1964 - 1966 Jack Hoffmaster 1967 - 1970 Henry C. Johnson 1970 - 1972 William J. Brooks 1972 - 1974 Jack Hoffmaster 1974 - 1976 Woody Cole 1976 - 1980 Paul Longley 1980 - 1984 Jim Stoker 1984 - 1987 Melvin D. Sherbert 1987 - 1992 Chuck Warns 1992 - 1994 James Jackson 1994 - 1996 Tom Reidy 1996 - 1998 Michael J.

Ingle 1998 - 2002 Paul J. Fiore 2002 - 2003 Billy Hillmuth 2003 - 2008 Larry Jackson, Sr. 2008 - 2011 PAST PRESIDENTS Roy Littlefield 301-390-0900, ext. 108 rlittlefield@wmda.net Amy Gailey Director of Finance and Administration 301-390-0900, ext. 113 agailey@wmda.net Marta Gates Director of Operations 301-390-0900, ext. 115 mgates@wmda.net Len Gentilcore Membership Sales Cell: 443-758-6531 lgentilcore@wmda.net Roy Littlefield, IV Legislative Intern 301-390-0900, ext. 137 rlittlefield2@wmda.net Kirk McCauley Director of Member Relations 301-390-0900, ext. 114 kmccauley@wmda.net LaKisha Pindell 301-390-0900, ext.

104 lpindell@wmda.net Rick Agoris President Brunswick Crown 98 Souder Road Brunswick, MD 21716 Riaz Ahmad First Vice President Edgewater Xtra Fuel/7-11 3080 Solomon’s Island Rd. Edgewater, MD 21037 Shafiq Umar Second Vice President Whitfield Chapel Sunoco 9105 Annapolis Road Lanham, MD 20706 James Rosenberger Treasurer Aspen Hill Shell 4001 Aspen Hill Road Silver Spring, MD 20906 Sajid Chaudhry Secretary Landover Shell Service Center 8555 Martin Luther King, Jr. Highway Lanham, MD 20706 Larry Jackson Immediate Past President Hickory Ridge Sunoco, Inc. 6440 Freetown Road Columbia, MD 21044

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BOARD OF DIRECTORS 4 2014-2015 WMDA/CAR MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY & BUYERS’ GUIDE REPAIR FACILITIES Billy Hilmuth Hillmuth Certified Auto 6810 Oak Hall Lane Columbia, MD 21045 Ken Quasney Auto Sense 8209 B Rear Cloverleaf Drive Millersville, MD 21108 ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY Frank Eberle Eberle Automotive 8272 Quarterfield Road Severn, MD 21144 Gary Thompson Chesapeake Exxon 2101 West Street Annapolis, MD 21401 BALTIMORE Khalid Azam Liberty Road BP 8207 Liberty Road Baltimore, MD 21244 Larry Frederickson Lisbon Citgo 15943 Frederick Road Lisbon, MD 21765 DELAWARE Robert Weber, Sr. Newport Exxon Shop & Car Wash 20 North James Street Newark, DE 19804 EASTERN SHORE Majid Hussain Easton Place Exxon 219 Marlboro Avenue Easton, MD 21601 MONTGOMERY COUNTY Mario Bruno Lake Liberty 8550 Connecticut Avenue Chevy Chase, MD 20815 Marty Dustin Burnt Mills BP 10711 Columbia Pike Silver Spring, MD 20901 Joe Testa Glen Echo Exxon 6729 Goldsboro Road Bethesda, MD 208171 666 PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY Nasir Cheema Suitland BP 4801 Silver Hill Road Suitland, MD 20746 Greg Kulick Glenn Dale Mini-Mart 11002 Lanham Severn Road Glenn Dale, MD 20769 Mel Sherbert Piney Orchard BP 8749 Piney Orchard Parkway Odenton, MD 21113 Tom Watts Greenbelt Road Shell 6327 Greenbelt Road Berwyn Heights, MD 20740 WASHINGTON, DC Lynn Cook Parker’s Exxon 4812 MacArthur Boulevard, N.W.

Washington, DC 20007 WESTERN MARYLAND Joe Parsley Frederick Shell 1275 West Patrick Street Frederick, MD 21702 BOARD OF DIRECTORS

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HALL OF FAME 2014-2015 WMDA/CAR MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY & BUYERS’ GUIDE 5 1986 Woody Cole William Brooks Jack Hoffmaster Harry Wainwright 1987 Judge James McAuliffe 1988 Paul Longley 1989 Delegate C. Lawrence Wiser 1990 Benjamin F. Brown 1991 James Carpenter Harry Murphy Horace “Hap” Walker 1992 Comptroller Louis Goldstein Frank Klepper Art Price 1993 Charles Gladstone, Jr. Jack Morgan Neil Myers 1994 Senator Ida Ruben 1995 Ben Carroll Paul Costello 1996 Robert Crawford Senator Arthur Dorman Governor Marvin Mandel 1998 Dale A. Butluk David Feinberg James Jackson 1999 Roy E. Littlefield, III Thomas Reidy Charles Warns 2000 Lad Mills 2001 Dick Ruane Senator Thomas L.

Bromwell 2002 Wilson Beach Michael J. Ingle Harry Storm 2003 James Stoker Casper R. Taylor, Jr. 2004 Paul Fiore Tony Nastus 2005 George Bowling Brenda Judge Catlett 2006 Alan Blum 2007 Billy Hillmuth Shafiq Umar 2008 Peter Gunst LaKisha Pindell 2009 Billy Vinson Ralph Morgan 2010 Robert Eastham Mickey Binsted 2011 Herbert Patrick 2012 Larry Jackson Mike Mitchell Janet Sherbert 2013 Bill Fisher Keith Madsen HALL OF FAME INDUCTEES Keith Madsen is inducted into the 2013 WMDA Hall of Fame by Dr. Roy Littlefield.

Rick Agoris (at podium) accepts the plaque for 2013 WMDA Hall of Fame inductee Bill Fisher.

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6 2014-2015 WMDA/CAR MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY & BUYERS’ GUIDE AWARD WINNERS Charles L. Binsted 1964 - 1965 James D.C. Gouldin 1965 - 1966 C. Edward Duvall 1966 - 1967 Jack Hoffmaster 1967 - 1968 Ben Carroll 1968 - 1969 William J. Brooks 1969 - 1970 Clay Harwood 1970 - 1971 Henry C. Johnson 1971 - 1972 Bob Lentz 1973 - 1974 Jack Morgan 1974 - 1975 Frank Klepper 1975 - 1976 Neil Meyers 1976 - 1977 Charles L. Binsted 1977 - 1978 Charles Gladstone 1978 - 1979 Jean A. Johnson 1980 - 1981 Woody Cole 1982 - 1983 Paul Longley 1983 - 1984 Harry Murphy 1984 - 1985 Mel Sherbert 1985 - 1986 Jim Stoker 1985 - 1986 Chuck Warns 1986 - 1987 Tim Malone 1987 - 1988 James Jackson 1988 - 1989 Pete Cataldo 1989 - 1990 Dave Feinberg 1990 - 1991 Luther Griffin 1991 - 1992 Tom Reidy 1992 - 1993 Billy Hillmuth 1993 - 1994 Chuck Warns 1994 - 1995 Diane K.

Shipe 1995 - 1996 Michael Ingle 1996 - 1997 Paul Fiore 1997 - 1998 James Neubauer 1998 - 1999 Wilson Beach 1999 - 2000 Anthony Nastus 2000 - 2001 Michael Ingle 2001 - 2002 Rick Agoris 2002 - 2003 Dan Danneman 2003 - 2004 Rick Levitan 2004 - 2005 Larry Jackson, Sr. 2005 - 2006 Mel Sherbert 2006 - 2007 Kassandra Foster 2007 - 2008 Frank Eberle 2008 - 2009 Ken Quasney 2009 - 2010 Lynn Cook 2010 - 2011 Joe Testa 2011 - 2012 Riaz Ahmad 2012 - 2013 Jim Stoker 1985 Tim Malone 1986 George Bowling 1987 Mike Miron 1988 Melvin Sherbert 1989 Jay Lowry 1990 James Jackson 1991 James Jackson 1992 Jay Lowry 1993 Bill Strauss 1994 Benjamin F.

Brown 1995 Benjamin F. Brown 1996 Wilson Beach 1997 Wilson Beach 1998 Shafiq Umar 1999 Shafiq Umar 2000 Wilson Beach 2001 Benjamin F. Brown 2002 Riaz Ahmad 2003 Majid Hussain 2004 Majid Hussain 2005 Frank Eberle 2006 Robert Weber 2007 Joe Parsley 2008 Riaz Ahmad 2009 Sajid Chaudhry 2009 Riaz Ahmad 2010 Riaz Ahmad 2011 Riaz Ahmad 2012 Ken Quasney 2012 Joe Parsley 2013 JAMES H. CARPENTER AWARD Jay Lowry 1988-1989 Kenny Catlett 1990 Larry Baker 1991 Dennis Lindsey 1992 Jay Lowry 1993 Michael J. Ingle 1994 Ken Ayre 1995 Wilson Beach 1996 Billy Hillmuth 1997 Don Danneman 1998 Gary Thompson 1999 James Giles 2000 Bud Wildman 2001 Paul Fiore 2002 Marty Martin 2003 Jim Neubauer 2004 Brian England 2005 Marty Dustin 2006 Larry Frederickson 2007 Frank Eberle 2008 David Taggart 2009 Mario Bruno 2010 Stephen Powell 2011 Tom Watts 2012 Lewis Schnauble 2013 MEMBER SAFETY AWARD TIM MALONE MEMORIAL AWARD – MEMBER OF THE YEAR President Ronald Reagan 1985 Louis L.

Goldstein 1986 Delegate C. Lawrence Wiser 1987 Senator Ida Ruben 1988 Delegate Christine Jones 1989 Arthur Price 1990 Delegate R. Clayton Mitchell, Jr. 1991 Congressman Tom McMillan 1992 Councilmember John Ray 1993 Delegate Charles Kolodziejski 1993 Councilmember David Clarke 1994 Delegate Michael Busch 1994 Congressman Steny Hoyer 1995 Councilmember Harold Brazil 1996 Senator Arthur Dorman 1996 Delegate James Hubbard 1997 Congressman Albert Wynn 1998 Delegate Shelia E. Hixson 1999 Delegate John F. Wood, Jr. 2000 Delegate Brian Moe 2001 Comptroller William Donald Schaefer 2002 Delegate Joseph F.

Vallario, Jr. 2003 Senator Lowell Stoltzfus 2004 Councilmember Phil Mendelson 2005 Delegate Brian Feldman 2006 Delegate James E. Malone, Jr. 2007 Comptroller Peter Franchot 2012 CHARLES H. BINSTED INDUSTRY ACHIEVEMENT AWARD

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MEMBER BENEFITS & SERVICES 2014-2015 WMDA/CAR MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY & BUYERS’ GUIDE 7 BENEFITS OF MEMBERSHIP There are many reasons to join a business or trade association, but the WMDA/CAR offers the most compelling and practical one – a money back guarantee. WMDA/CAR is so sure that your membership will pay for itself that the Association is offering to refund your annual dues if it doesn’t. Simply participate in all of the programs for which you are eligible and you will save or make enough to pay for your membership in the WMDA/CAR – guaranteed!

  • BENEFITS OF MEMBERSHIP (Endorsed Programs) WMDA/CAR’s endorsed programs are designed to improve your profitability and decrease your costs. Representatives from individual programs will contact you to show you how you can benefit. INSURANCE The WMDA/CAR business insurance packages are among the most competitive on the street. Most stations and shops will be able to recognize enough on the dividend return on workers’ compensation insurance and liability insurance to pay for a year’s membership dues.
  • Property and Casualty
  • Underground Storage Tank
  • Workers’ Compensation BUSINESS SERVICES Business consultations and legal guidance are the cornerstones of the WMDA/CAR’s services to members. A full service credit union is also available to members and their employees.
  • Business Consultations
  • Federally Insured Credit Union
  • Full-Time Staff
  • Law Firm on Retainer
  • Zoning Consultations LEGISLATIVE REPRESENTATION WMDA/CAR serves as an advocate for your business by monitoring all proposed legislation and regulations and offering protections through lobbying and testimony.
  • Federal Representation through Service Station Dealers of American and Allied Trades (SSDA-AT)
  • Lobbying in MD, DE, & DC Legislatures
  • Political Action Committees
  • Lobby Day TRAINING A vast variety of technical classes, business management seminars, and environmental updates are offered throughout the year, as well as opportunities to get together with other owners and operators in your industry at area meetings.
  • Business and Management Classes
  • Annual Training Day for Techs and Execs EVENTS WMDA/CAR members have the opportunity to network with their peers at a variety of professional and social events held throughout the year.
  • Area Meetings
  • Lobby Day
  • Annual Convention & The Mega Trade Show PUBLICATIONS/COMMUNICATIONS WMDA/CAR members are kept informed of industry trends and business updates by the monthly publication, WMDA/CAR News. The annual Membership Directory and Buyers’ Guide provides a directory of goods and services to members, as well as a listing of all members. WMDA/CAR also provides information on its website.
  • Annual Membership Directory and Buyers’ Guide
  • Website – www.wmda.net
  • WMDA/CAR News
  • Weekly email membership blast
  • Advertising in WMDA/CAR Publications
  • Website Advertising
  • ATM Services
  • Auto Parts Supplies
  • Castrol Buying Program
  • Credit Card Processing
  • Credit Union
  • Electricity Discount Program
  • Insurance Programs
  • Legal Services
  • Legislative & Regulatory Support
  • Tire Program
  • Trash Removal Program
  • Uniform Program
  • Used Oil Pick-up (See complete list of Endorsed Member Benefits Service Providers on page 8)
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ENDORSED MEMBER BENEFITS & SERVICES PROVIDERS 8 2014-2015 WMDA/CAR MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY & BUYERS’ GUIDE As independent service station and automotive repair facility operators and as members of the WMDA Service Station and Automotive Repair Association, we recognize the important role we play in the transportation system of our country. The products we sell and the services we provide the motoring public are essential for safe, continued, and dependable consumer private transportation. In order to recognize our responsibilities and to achieve our objectives, we pledge our adherence to this Code of Ethics.

  • Recognizing the nation’s dependence on motor fuel, we will encourage adequate fuel supplies so that fuel will be amply available to the motoring public.
  • As independent business people, we will price our product competitively, continually showing by example that service station divorcement statues are pro-consumer.
  • We shall use only high quality materials for automotive repairs and maintenance.
  • We support adequate training for our technicians.
  • In the promotion of our products and services, we shall refrain from making any false or misleading statements either in person or in advertisement.
  • Recognizing our dependence of suppliers of products and parts, we will encourage positive industry relations.
  • Recognizing that we have a vested interest in our communities, we will strive to conduct our business in such a way that it will be an asset to the community and a business for which our employees shall be proud to work.
  • We support and endorse the effort of all segments of the independent service station and automotive repair industry. We recognize, by conducting business in a manner that merits public trust and confidence, we will continually improve the image of the service and automotive aftermarket industry. Members who adopt this Code also pledge to convey to the public a clearer understanding of the high standards observed and maintained by members of the WMDA Service Station and Automotive Repair Association. CODE OF ETHICS ENDORSED MEMBER BENEFITS & SERVICES PROVIDERS If your business needs any of the following products or services, be sure to check out these companies endorsed by WMDA/CAR. ATM MACHINES Intelicom, Inc. Larry Shapero 1-877-666-6269 Email: intelicom@verizon.net AUTO PARTS SUPPLIER Parts Authority Stan Bailey 202-829-6315 Email: sbailey@partsauthority.com CASTROL BUYING PROGRAM – BULK OIL AND PREMIUMS PPC Lubricants Gene Nace 1-717-215-7253 Email: gnace@ppclubricants.com CONVENIENCE STORE PRODUCTS Century Distributors, Inc. Lori Rodman 301-212-9100 Email: lrodman@centurydist.com CREDIT CARD PROCESSING First Merchant Services Dan Cohen 301-421-4111, ext. 105 1-866-511-4367, ext. 105 CREDIT UNION NASA Federal Credit Union 1-888-627-2328 Email: support@nasafcu.com Website: www.nasafcu.com ELECTRICITY PROGRAM MAAGIC Tom Gussen – Metromedia Power 1-800-828-9427, ext. 0031 Fax: 732-440-0031 Email: tjgussen@mmenergy.com INSURANCE – LIABILITY Benjamin F. Brown Insurance Agency/ UTICA Ben Brown/Berry Brown 1-800-861-3434 INSURANCE – UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANK Benjamin F. Brown Insurance Agency Ben Brown/Berry Brown 1-800-861-3434 INSURANCE – WORKERS’ COMP Benjamin F. Brown Insurance Agency/ Meadowbrook Insurance Ben Brown/Berry Brown 1-800-861-3434 LEGAL SERVICES Lerch, Early & Brewer, Chartered Harry Storm 301-907-2817 LEGISLATIVE & REGULATORY INFORMATION WMDA Kirk McCauley 301-390-0900, ext. 114 Email: kmccauley@wmda.net MOBILE DIAGNOSTIC SERVICE Replace My Stuff, LLC Alicia Fairall 443-790-6957 Email: aliciafairall@yahoo.com TIRES American Tire Distributors Ken Sherman (AA, Washington, Frederick, Howard) Dave Schoennagel (Balt. City, Baltimore, Harford, Carroll, Cecil) Scott Bell (PG, Montgomery, St. Mary’s, Calvert, Charles) 1-800-638-5185 TRASH/DUMPSTER BROKER Coastal Trash Solutions Ian Djuric 410-490-3769 Email: coastaltrash@gmail.com UNIFORMS, SERVICES, SOLUTIONS Unifirst Corporation Jeff Thompson 1-888-223-3056 Email: jthompson@unifirst.com USED OIL, ANTIFREEZE & CONTAMINATED GAS DISPOSAL RecOil, Inc.

Bernard Reiley 1-800-346-9551 Email: breiley@recoilinc.com

CONSTITUTION & BY-LAWS 2014-2015 WMDA/CAR MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY & BUYERS’ GUIDE 9 ARTICLE I Constitution The Constitution of the Washington Maryland Delaware Service Station and Automotive Repair Association shall be the Certificate of Incorporation. ARTICLE II Name, Initials, Seal and Insignia Section 1. The Name, Washington Maryland Delaware Service Station and Automotive Repair Association, may also be represented by the initials WMDA. Section 2. There shall be a corporate seal bearing the name or initials of the Association.

Section 3. There shall be an insignia intended particularly for the use of each Regular Member as a public evidence of affiliation with the Association. Such insignia shall be displayed in the members place of business. Section 4. The name, initials, seal, emblem or insignia of the Association shall not be used for any purpose other than that specifically authorized by the Board of Directors. ARTICLE III Objects and Purposes The principle objects and purposes of the Association are set forth in the certificate of Incorporation and the same are as follows: (A) To promote the mutual understanding, welfare and the best interests of its members within the District of Columbia, Maryland, and Delaware.

(B) To maintain adequate facilities for the proper dissemination of educational and scientific data, as well as relevant information for the guidance of its members.

(C) To establish, adopt and maintain such ethical standards of performance and practices as will promote a friendly and a cooperative relationship between its members and the motoring public. (D) To seek equitable and just laws, regulations and/or ordinances in order to preserve, protect and further the best interest of its members, their customers and the petroleum retailers’ industry. (E) To cooperate with all official agencies (National, State or Local) and other related groups to the end that information and other procedural matters may be made readily available its members, their customers and the petroleum retailers’ industry.

(F) To do and perform all things usually and customarily performed by organizations or associations of similar character including affiliation and cooperation with organizations and associations of like character. ARTICLE IV Fiscal Year The Association’s Fiscal Year shall begin on the first day of January and shall end on the last day of December of each calendar year. ARTICLE V Membership Section 1. There shall be seven (7) classes of membership namely: Regular Service Station, Regular Automotive, Regular Convenience Store, Regular Multiple, Associate, Sustaining and Honorary. Section 2. Regular Service Station members (The Dealer(s) of Record) shall be those persons, firms and corporations engaged in the retail gasoline business within the District of Columbia, Maryland, and Delaware.

Section 3. Regular Automotive members (The Dealer(s) of Record) shall be those persons, firms and corporations engaged in the operation of independent automotive aftermarket repair facilities in Maryland, the District of Columbia, and Delaware.

Section 4. Regular Convenience Store members shall be those persons, firms, and corporations engaged in the operation of independent convenience store facilities which do not sell gasoline in Maryland, the District of Columbia, and Delaware. Independent means a party who does not own or control any trademark associated with the operation of such convenience stores. Section 5. Regular Multiple Members shall be those persons, firms or corporations who operate more than one (1) location. Section 6. Associate Members shall be those persons, firms and corporations, other than retail gasoline dealers and aftermarket repair facilities, engaged in the automotive and related trades services.

Section 7. Sustaining Members shall be those persons, firms and corporations as may be accepted by the Board of Directors. Section 8. Honorary members shall be those persons, firms and corporations which have rendered outstanding service to the Association and accepted as such by the unanimous vote of the Board of Directors. Honorary Members shall be exempt from payment of dues or fees. Section 9. Associate Members, Sustaining Members and Honorary Members shall have all the rights and privileges of Regular Members except those of voting and of holding office.

Section 10. Membership may not be transferred from one individual to another, except to a dealer’s spouse, adult child, or adult stepchild. Section 11. Application for membership shall be submitted on forms approved by the Board of Directors and must be accompanied by the prescribed fee. Such new membership applications shall be approved by majority of either the Board of Directors or the Membership Committee, whichever meets first after receipt of such applications. Applicants shall not accrue any rights, privileges or benefits in the Association prior to approval for membership; whenever an application is rejected, the fee accompanying It shall be return.

Section 12. Upon request a copy of the Revised Constitution and ByLaws shall be furnished to each member in good standing. All concerned shall assent to and shall agree to comply with this Revised Constitution and By-Laws and failure to make compliance therewith may constitute cause for suspension or revocation of membership. ARTICLE VI Dues Section 1. The annual dues for the new and/or renewal Regular Service Station Members and Regular Automotive Members, and Regular Multiple Membership shall be determined by the Board of Directors. A. Dues for any special classification of membership shall be established by the Board of Directors.

B. All memberships shall be on an annual basis; however, the Board of Directors may prescribe options for dues payment. Section 2. The annual dues for Associate Members shall be established by the Board of Directors. Section 3. The annual dues for Sustaining Members shall be established by the Board of Directors. Section 4. Annual dues are payable upon receipt of billing. A member failing to pay dues or other indebtedness to the Association within 90 days after the same is due and payable, may be suspended from all rights, benefits and privileges.

Section 5. Members in good standing, by written notice, may withdraw from the Association.

However, no dues or fees shall be refunded upon such withdrawal. ARTICLE VII Suspension or Expulsion from Membership Section 1. The Board of Directors shall have the full power and authority

CONSTITUTION & BY-LAWS 10 2014-2015 WMDA/CAR MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY & BUYERS’ GUIDE for cause to suspend or expel any member of the Association; provided, such member shall have been given notice and a copy, in writing, of the charges preferred and a reasonable opportunity to be heard previous to such action. Section 2. A member suspended or expelled pursuant to Section 1 of this ARTICLE, may appeal such action at the Association’s next regular general membership meeting, or to a special meeting called for that purpose, in which case a majority of the votes of the members present shall be necessary to reverse the Board of Directors’ action.

Section 3. A member suspended or expelled pursuant to Sections 1 and 2 of this ARTICLE shall be informed, in writing, of such action on and notice thereof over the Secretary’s signature shall be forwarded by registered mail to the member’s last known address.

Section 4. A member suspended for non-payment of dues may be reinstated, upon application thereof, and contingent upon approval by the Board of Directors. The Board has the option to prescribe if they so desire and should the case warrant a reinstatement fee. ARTICLE VIII Meetings Section 1. There shall be at least one general membership meeting each fiscal year; the time and place thereof to be fixed by the president, and each member in good standing shall have due and timely notice thereof. The general membership meeting must be held prior to November first (preferably during the annual convention).There shall not be less than one (1) area membership meeting in each area per year.

Areas shall be defined by the Board of Directors.All general and area membership meetings, at the direction of the president, will be announced as either open or closed. Section 2. Special membership meetings may be called by the president at such time and at such place and for such purpose as he/she may consider proper. Timely notice of such meetings shall be given each member in good standing.

Section 3. There shall not be less than four (4) meetings of the Board of Directors each year at such time and place as may be fixed by the president with tmely notice to the members of the Board of Directors. A simple majority of the Board of Directors shall constitute a quorum. Section 4. A quorum for any general membership meeting shall consist of twenty-five (25) members entitled to vote. ARTICLE IX Officers and Directors Section 1. The officers of the Association shall be a President, First Vice President, Second Vice President, Secretary and Treasurer. Section 2. The Board of Directors shall be composed of the Officers of the Association, thirty-one (31) Directors from Maryland, the District of Columbia, and Delaware who shall be regular service station members, and an ex-officio member, each of whom shall be entitled to one vote except the President who shall have the casting vote.

There shall be three (3) regular automotive member directors. In addition, for every 50 regular automotive members in excess of one hundred fifty (150), or portion thereof, there shall be one regular automotive director each of whom shall be entitled to one vote. There shall be (3) regular convenience store member directors. In addition for every 50 regular convenience store members in excess of one hundred fifty (150), or portion thereof, there shall be one regular convenience store director, each of whom shall be entitled to one vote. Section 3. All Officers and Directors shall be elected for a two (2) year period with the President, First Vice President, Second Vice President, Secretary, and Treasurer and sixteen (16) Directors being elected on even numbered years.

All members shall vote on offices of President, First Vice President, Second Vice President, Secretary and Treasurer. Each member will vote for the Board of Directors according to the respective area as here defined: Area 1 – District of Columbia Area 2 – Prince George’s County Area 3 – Montgomery County Area 4 – Baltimore City, Baltimore County, Cecil County, Harford County, and Howard County Area 5 – Anne Arundel County Area 6 – Calvert, Charles, and St. Mary’s Counties Area 7 – Caroline, Dorchester, Kent, Worcester, Wicomico, Queen Anne’s, Talbot, and Somerset Counties Area 8 – Allegany, Carroll, Frederick, Garrett, and Washington Counties Area 9 – Delaware There shall be three directors for Area 1 and Area 9.

There shall also be a minimum of one director for Areas 2 through 8. Each of the remaining 18 Directors shall represent equal numbers of regular and regular multiple members (which count as one) based upon the total number of such members in each designated area. Prior to the first day of March of each year the Executive Director shall submit to the Nominating Committee, a list of each class of membership by area. The Nominating Committee will designate the number of Directors to be elected from each area adhering to the following formula: The total number of members in Areas 2 through 8 divided by 18 (25 less the minimum of one Director for Areas 2 through 8 which shall leave 18) will determine the number each Director shall represent.This number divided into the total number of regular and regular multiple members in the Areas 2 through 8, rounded to the nearest whole number, shall be the number of Directors assigned to these areas.

In addition to the foregoing, all Regular Automotive Members, regardless of area, shall vote for any Regular Automotive Directors entitled to be elected to the Board of Directors.

Section 4. The President, First Vice President, Second Vice President, Secretary and Treasurer shall serve without compensation and none shall accept any remunerative employment with the Association. Section 5. Notwithstanding any provision herein for firm or corporation membership, individuals only shall be eligible for an elected or appointed office. Further, no individual shall be eligible for nomination, election, or appointment to any office unless that person shall have been a member in good standing for at least one (1) full year prior to election or appointment. This requirement can be waived only by a unanimous vote of the Board of Directors.

No person shall be eligible for nomination, election or appointment to the office of President unless he/she has served at least one (1) full term as an Officer or Director of the Association. Section 6. The most immediate Past President still an active member in good standing, shall be the ex-officio member of the Board of Directors and shall serve for a period equal to the term served by his/her successor. Section 7. The Board of Directors may remove any officer from office for nonpayment of dues, delinquency, inefficiency, neglect of duty, or for any other cause in the same manner prescribed in ARTICLE VII the suspension or expulsion from membership in the Association.

Section 8. In the case of death, resignation or removal of the President, the vacancy shall be filled by the Board of Directors. In the case of death, resignation, non-payment of dues, or removal of any other officer, the vacancy shall be filled by the President with approval of the Board of Directors. Section 9. No person will hold more than one position on the Board of Directors at the same time.

CONSTITUTION & BY-LAWS 2014-2015 WMDA/CAR MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY & BUYERS’ GUIDE 11 ARTICLE X Duties of Officers Section 1. The President shall be the presiding Officer of the Association.

He/she shall preside at all meetings of the Association and of the Board of Directors, of which he/she shall be Chairman. He/she shall appoint all standing and special committees, of which he/she shall be an ex-officio member. He/she shall have the power, within the broad scope of the policies adopted by the Association and/or the Board of Directors, to perform, delegate, authorize, empower and approve such actions as, in his/her sole discretion, shall be necessarily required to effectuate the best interest of the Association.

Section 2. The First Vice President shall perform the duties of the President in his/her absence or disability, or when so required, he/she shall perform such other duties as may be specifically delegated to him/her or as may be required under this Revised Constitution and By-Laws. Section 3. The Second Vice President shall perform the duties of the First Vice President in his/her absence or disability. When so required he/she shall perform such other duties as may be specifically delegated to him, or as may be required under this Revised Constitution and By-Laws. Section 4. The Secretary shall keep, or cause to be kept, a complete and accurate record of all proceedings of the Association, including those of the Board of Directors.

he/she shall sign all notices of suspension and/or expulsion. He/she shall perform all other duties, except those expressly delegated to the Executive Director, customarily associated with the Office of Secretary.

Section 5. The Treasurer shall have custody of Association funds. He/she shall countersign all checks (in the Treasurer’s absence the President shall countersign) and drafts which may be issued against all funds on deposit to the Association’s credit in any bank or other financial institution. He/she shall prepare, or cause to be prepared, the quarterly and annual reports to the Association. He/she shall perform all other duties customarily associated with the Office of Treasurer. ARTICLE XI Duties of Board of Directors Section 1. The Board of Directors shall have full administrative authority in all matters, except as otherwise provided in the Revised Constitution and By-Laws.

The active management of the Association shall be vested in the Board of Directors at all times, but all acts of the Board may be subject to a referendum vote of the members and they may rescind any act or acts of the Board of Directors, wherein the rights of third persons are not involved, upon a two-thirds (2/3) affirmative vote of the entire membership who are entitled to vote.

Section 2. The withdrawal, suspension or expulsion of any firm or corporation with which any Board member may be associated shall automatically terminate his or her membership on the Board of Directors. Section 3. The Board of Directors shall have the power and may, for good cause shown, remove any Officer of the Association from office. The Board of Directors shall be the sole judge as to what shall constitute good cause. Section 4. The Board of Directors shall have the sole power to accept or reject applications for membership. Action by the Board of Directors in the rejection of any application shall be final and binding.

Section 5. The Board of Directors shall require, on a yearly basis, an examination, review and verification of all Association financial transactions, including but not limited to an examination of the books or records, the group health insurance fund, the official publication, collection activity and any other future activities sponsored by the Association, by a qualified accountant. Section 6. The Board of Directors shall have the power to engage or terminate services of counsel, executive director, appointive officers and employees of the Association; prescribe their duties, fix their compensation and may require from them security for faithful service, moneys or property.

Section 7. (a) The president shall remove from the Board of Directors any Board Member who fails to attend three (3) consecutive Board meetings; provided, however, that this provision may be waived if the absent member files a written request for such waiver and such waiver is approved by a majority of the Board.

(b) The president shall remove from the Board of Directors any Board Member who fails to attend at least one-half (1/2) of the regular and special Board meetings in any twelve (12) month period; provided, however, that this provision may be waived if the absent member files a written request for such waiver and such waiver is approved by a majority of the Board. (c) Any vacancy created on the Board of Directors by reason of removal pursuant to 7(a) or (b) shall be filled by appointment by the president. Section 8. The Board of Directors shall receive investment recommendations from the Finance Committee.

All investments shall be approved by three-quarter (3/4) of the quorum of the Board voting on such issue. Section 9. There shall be no new unbudgeted expenditures in excess of $500 without prior Board approval.

ARTICLE XII Duties of Executive Director The Executive Director shall be the executive head of the Association. He/she shall be available in an advisory capacity to all committees, standing and special, but shall have no vote in committee affairs. He/she shall be the editor of the Association’s official publication. He/she shall be appointed by the Board of Directors for such term of office and for such compensation as they shall consider proper. He/she shall conduct all official correspondence in his/her office.He/she shall keep theAssociation records available at all times for inspection and examination by the President, the Board of Directors or the proper authorized auditors.

He/she shall receive all bills against the Association. He/she shall approve all bills for payment from Association funds and he/she shall, together with the Treasurer, (in the Treasurer’s absence, the President) countersign all checks. He/she shall be responsible for the filing of any required corporate reports of accounts. He/she shall be the Association’s official representative to all other associations or organizations with which this Association may become an affiliate. He/she shall be responsible for the Associations insurance program, i.e., collection of premiums, settlement of claims, etc.

He/she shall be responsible for the proper conduct of all types of services authorized by the Board of Directors. He/she shall perform all other duties customarily associated with the office of Executive Director and shall perform any other duties specially assigned to him by the President or the Board of Directors.

ARTICLE XIII Nominations and Elections Section 1. Not later than the first day of March of each year, the President shall appoint a Nominating Committee of five (5) members. Such committee shall be composed of two (2) members from the Board of Directors, two (2) members from the membership at-large and a chairman who shall have been, at sometime in the past, an elected Association Officer. Section 2. The Nominating Committee all have access to the roster Regular Service Stations and Regular Automotive Members and shall insofar as possible, select candidates there from for the position of President, First Vice President, Second Vice President, Secretary and Treasurer and sixteen (16) Directors, during the even-numbered years and fifteen (15) Directors during the odd-numbered years.

The Committee may at its discretion select two or more candidates for any elective office. The Committee shall attempt to select candidates with a view toward providing representation to all areas served by the Association. However, prior to reporting the name of any candidate, the Committee shall certify that such candidate has been

12 2014-2015 WMDA/CAR MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY & BUYERS’ GUIDE interviewed and has assured the Committee that he/she will serve, if elected, in the capacity for which nominated.The Nominating Committee report shall not be subject to debate. Section 3. The Nominating Committee shall file its written report with the Executive Director not later than May 1 of each year. The Executive Director shall notify, in writing, all members in good standing, the report of the Nominating Committee not later than May 15 of each year. By June 5 of each year the Executive Director shall notify the general membership in writing of all nominations.

Section 4. Forty days after final notification, the Executive Director shall cause an official ballot, showing the names and business addresses of all candidates regularly nominated as herein before provided, to be mailed to each member in good standing. Such ballots shall also specify the final date which shall be not more than ten (10) days after receipt of, said ballots shall be returned to the Executive Director in a sealed envelope to be provided for that purpose. Section 5. The ballots as aforesaid will be checked and tallied by three (3) tellers appointed from the membership-at large by the President.

The President shall report as elected the candidate for each office who has received a plurality of the votes cast for that office. ARTICLE XIV Standing Committees Section 1. The Executive Committee shall consist of the President, First Vice President, Second Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, the immediate Past President and one (1) Director to be elected by the Board of Directors. Section 2. The President shall within thirty (30) days following installation appoint the following Standing Committees: Insurance, Membership, Constitution and By-Laws, Finance, Legislative with Zoning Subcommittee, and Legal Services.

Each of which must include at least two (2) Directors. The Long-Range Planning Committee shall consist of the President (Chairman) and all other Committee Chairmen and Co-Chairmen and other members to be added by Chairman.

Section 3. There shall be an Insurance Committee, which will devise methods whereby hospitalization and other types of insurance may be procured for members of the Association at reasonable premiums. Section 4. There shall be a Membership Committee whose duties shall be recruiting new members and to pass on the eligibility of all applicants for membership and to report to the Board of Directors on their qualifications. Section 5. It shall be the duty of the Constitution and By-Laws Committee to (a) be responsible for the official copy of the Constitution and By-Laws and to see that the same is maintained in an up-to-date status at all times and (b) prepare and/or review all proposed Amendments to the Constitution and By-Laws.

Section 6. It shall be the responsibility of the Finance Committee to oversee and safeguard Association funds, to investigate and advise Board of Directors of all transactions contrary to normal office operations. The Committee shall assist the Treasurer in preparing the Association’s annual budget. The Finance Committee Chairman shall be appointed by the Board of Directors. The Finance Committee shall make recommendations to the Board of Directors on investment of any Association funds. Section 7. The Legislative Committee shall be responsible for instigating and writing new legislation, and reviewing all legislation which may affect our industry.

The Committee shall meet each October for a strategy session and at any other time requested by the President or the Executive Director of the Association.

Section 7a. It shall be the duty of the Zoning Subcommittee to review all applications for service station zoning or request for special exceptions. The Committee will take such action as it deems necessary to protect the interest of the retail service station business and especially WMDA members. Section 8. The Legal Services Committee shall monitor the Legal Service Policy and report to the Board of Directors as they deem necessary. It shall meet annually and with the appropriate legal counsel to discuss, revise and improve the Legal Services Policy. It shall bring to the attention of the appropriate legal counsel the concerns, comments, or recommendations of any individual member, and shall install or renew, annually, contracts with the attorney or attorneys for the purpose of implementing the Legal Services Policy, which shall be a part of the contract signed and acknowledged by each attorney.

Section 9. The duties of the Long-Range Planning Committee shall be to identify future objectives and to chart a course towards that goal, and to ascertain from members those areas viewed by membership as future challenges and ways to meet them. ARTICLE XV Special Committees The President shall have the authority to appoint other committees, with duties not inconsistent with the provisions of the Revised Constitution and By-Laws, as he/she may consider proper. ARTICLE XVI Notices All notices pertaining to Board of Directors’ or regular membership meetings shall be mailed by first class mail five (5) days prior to meeting.

Notices of Board of Directors’ meetings shall be accompanied with the previous Board meeting minutes.

ARTICLE XVII Order of Business The order of business a the regular membership meetings shall be left to the discretion of the President with the approval of the Board of Directors. All proceedings of this organization shall be conducted under and pursuant to Roberts Rules of Order except as herein otherwise provided. ARTICLE XVIII Amendments, etc. By unanimous consent of those present and entitled to vote at a regular meeting of the Board of Directors, a proposed new By-Law, or a proposed amendment to any existing By-Law, or motion to suspend, may be approved for submission to the general membership.

Objection, however, shall require that the motion be tabled until the next meeting of the Board of Directors, at which time, the proposed new By-Law or proposed amendment to an existing By-Law, or motion to suspend an existing By-Law may be approved by a two-thirds (2/3) majority vote of those present and entitled to vote; provided, however, that a copy of the proposal shall have been mailed to each member of the Board of Directors with the notice that same is to be presented for consideration at said meeting. Provided further, that at the next general membership meeting said proposal shall be ratified by a twothirds (2/3) majority vote of those present and voting; and, be it further provided, that said proposal will have been submitted to the entire membership at least five (5) days in advance of the date that such proposal is to be voted upon.

Proposals from the floor at a general membership meting to propose a new By-Law, amend or suspend an existing By-Law, will be referred to the Board of Directors for approval, and will require a twothirds (2/3) majority vote of those present and voting for resubmission to the general membership at the next regular membership meeting for ratification; provided, however, that a five (5) day notice be given to the Board of Directors.

We hereby certify that this Revised Constitution and By-Laws includes all revisions and amendments up to and including September 29, 2000. CONSTITUTION & BY-LAWS

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