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Walker Products a Winner at AAPEX 2010

Walker Products of Garden Grove, CA, won multiple awards at last month's AAPEX Auto Show in Las Vegas. The company was awarded in two categories: "Best New Packaging of a Product for Import Cars or Trucks" and "Best New Catalog of a Product Line for Import Cars or Trucks."

Walker Products of Garden Grove, CA, won multiple awards at last month’s AAPEX Auto Show in Las Vegas.  The company was awarded in two categories: “Best New Packaging of a Product for Import Cars or Trucks” and “Best New Catalog of a Product Line for Import Cars or Trucks.”

“We were very proud.”  Commented Morgan Hayes, marketing manager for Walker.  “Our product management and marketing teams put a lot of effort into developing these items, and it was rewarding to be recognized.  We hope that our customers receive them warmly too.”

This is the second time that Walker has been given an AIA award at AAPEX.

The AAPEX Auto Show is arguably one of the largest and most important domestic annual gatherings for those in the automobile aftermarket industry.  More information can be found at the show’s official website, www.aapexshow.com.

Walker Products, Inc. has served the needs of the worldwide automotive aftermarket since 1946. Walker is one of the largest privately owned manufacturers of Fuel System Components and Engine Management Devices in operation today.  Products include carburetor and fuel injection repair kits, oxygen sensors, and many other engine products such as throttle position sensors, air charge temperature sensors, engine coolant temperature sensors, manifold absolute pressure sensors, fuel injectors, fuel pressure regulators, spark plug wires and gaskets.  Walker services include manufacturing and distribution to both domestic and international locations.

For addition information, log on to the company’s website at www.walkerproducts.com.

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