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HDA Truck Pride Welcomes Blaine Brothers

April 28, 2013

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HDA Truck Pride strengthens its footprint with the addition of Blaine Brothers. One of HDATP’s key initiatives is to focus on the end user, the ultimate decision maker for consumption of our products. The addition of Blaine Brothers is a prime example of that winning combination of a member with both parts and service.

Blaine Brothers is headquartered in Blaine, MN. The company operates three parts and service facilities covering the Greater Twin Cities area, Clearwater and Duluth, MN, as well as, five service locations throughout Minnesota and North Dakota.

The Blaine Brothers management team includes owner, Dean Dally; vice president of Sales and Marketing, Kevin McCarty; CFO Mike Gray; and purchasing manager, Alan Bush.

Blaine Brothers was founded in 1979. They began as a repair shop with towing services and expanded into the parts aftermarket. They were a pioneer in mobile fleet service and compliment six heavy duty wreckers with 22 mobile service trucks and vans. The Blaine Brothers facilities are equipped with state-of-the-art technology, including the latest in software and diagnostic equipment to maintain the highest level of professionalism amongst their technicians. Blaine Brothers has a keen eye for listening to their customers and the opportunities within the industry. That attention to detail continues to fuel their growth.

“Blaine Brothers has captured the essence of what we, at HDA Truck Pride, have been promoting; focus on the end user,” says Don Reimondo, president and CEO of HDA Truck Pride. “Blaine Brothers has been expanding their business for more than thirty years. They focus on their customers and addressing the needs in their market area. Their dedication to technology is exceptional. We’re proud to have Blaine Brothers as part of the HDA Truck Pride team and eager to see what growth opportunities they will tackle next.”

 www.hdatruckpride.com

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