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National Auto Care Execs Make ‘40 Under 40’ List

October 6, 2015

National Auto Care Corp. COO Christina Schrank
National Auto Care Corp. COO Christina Schrank

WESTERVILLE, Ohio — National Auto Care Corp. COO Christina Schrank and Regional Sales Manager Spencer Wanderon have both been honored as young leaders in the automotive and insurance industries by Agent Entrepreneur Magazine, a publication for independent agents of automotive finance and insurance products.

In addition to making the “40 Under 40” list in Agent Entrepreneur, Schrank was also honored by the publication Auto Remarketing, which focuses on news for the pre-owned automotive industry.

“This list represents the next generation of leaders in the agency, product provider and administrator segments,” said David Gesualdo, publisher of Agent Entrepreneur. “It is a formidable group and one that is brimming with confidence and optimism.”

Schrank began her career at NAC in 1996. Her hard work and attention to customer service helped her rise through the ranks, taking on not just operations but also marketing and customer service responsibilities. Schrank was named COO in 2013, and has been a vital part of the team that led the company to nearly 30% growth in 2013 to 2014. Schrank lives in Westerville, Ohio, with her husband Paul and their three children.

National Auto Care Corp. Regional Sales Manager Spencer Wanderon
National Auto Care Corp. Regional Sales Manager Spencer Wanderon

Wanderon has served the organization as a regional sales manager since 2011. He was a founding member of Family First Dealer Services, and joined National Auto Care at the time of the companies’ merger. He worked his way up in the company, and supports several of National Auto Care’s largest clients. He has also been has been instrumental in recruiting new agents in his region. Spencer lives in Jacksonville, Fla.

“I want to acknowledge both Christina and Spencer for their tremendous contributions to our company and thank them for everything they do to help us, our agents and their dealers each and every day,” said CEO Tony Wanderon. “While these are individual recognitions, it is a team win for National Auto Care, and I want to thank everyone for the outstanding job and progress we have made in the past two years.”

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