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Aim Techs Closer to Title of ‘Top Tech”

Posted on 3/30/2022
Aim Technician John Norwood (right) after winning the 2021 TMCSuperTech poses with Aim VP of Maintenance, Chris Disantis.

Every year, several Aim technicians put their mechanical prowess to the test by competing for the title of Top Tech during NationaLease’s Tech Challenge. This event tests hundreds of technicians’ knowledge and skills to determine who is worthy of such a distinguished title.

NationaLease, made up of 140 independent businesses, including Aim, operating as one to better serve customers across the U.S., recently held the first round of the demanding three-part Tech Challenge. We’re proud to share that three of our expert techs placed first in three of the seven regions Aim competed in and are one step closer to becoming the Top Tech.

Those winners are:

  • John Norwood – Elmhurst, IL (previous regional winner and former Aim apprentice)
  • Eric Maynard – Erie, PA (second-time regional winner and former Aim apprentice)
  • Bob Mrzyglod – Buffalo, NY (past regional winner)

John, Eric and Bob will travel to Atlanta in May for the second round, the hands-on competition, which is taking place during NationaLease’s annual Maintenance Meeting.

Congratulations to our first-place finishers. You have the entire Aim family rooting for you. Good luck and go get ‘em!

Interested in putting Aim's winning mechanics to work for you? From preventative maintenance to comprehensive maintenance programs, we have a solution tailored to exactly how you do business. Reach out to info@aimntls.com. Download our maintenance whitepaper to learn more about all of Aim's maintenance services.

Pictured are Aim Technicians Bob Mrzyglod, holding a plaque from a previous Tech Challenge win, and Eric Maynard in his element.

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