Keegan De France owes childhood punishment for his love of painting cars; Kevin Marcotte can wear one of three hats on any given day for BMW Canada; and Ronnel Del Rosario is one of the best techs Honda Canada has. They are the latest group of Unobvious Ones flying below the radar in Canada’s auto industry.
For Kugatheesan Linganathan, infotainment can’t move fast enough; Felix Comeau’s mission is to end impaired driving; and there are no “typical days” at Toyota for Scott MacKenzie.They are the latest group of Unobvious Ones flying below the radar in Canada’s auto industry.
Margaret Soares helps supplier CGT keep improving; Erica Cheah gets any automaker’s message to the masses; Ruth McBride keeps the finances in order at Scotiabank. They are the latest group of Unobvious Ones flying below the radar.
Paul Pacheco helps carmakers get into customers’ heads; Doug Brown meets the unique challenges of rural clients; Chris Muir is now turning out new waves of technicians. They are the latest group of Unobvious Ones flying below the radar.
Jason Dale has come full circle at the Automotive Business School of Canada; Mark Stevenson applies the personal touch at Steele Hyundai; and Matt Berenz is getting lots of likes on social media for Pfaff Automotive Partners. They are the latest group of Unobvious Ones.
Reanne Rizzuto used to sell cosmetics before seamlessly transitioning to auto detailing; David Robins says vehicle valuation requires his analytical skills; and Daniel Da Silva leads by getting ‘into the trenches.’ They are this month’s Unobvious Ones.
Carloyn LeBlanc went from wanting to design roller-coasters to joining Honda's r&d team; Alan McClelland is doing all he can to get kids into trades; Infiniti Canada's Alannah David-Clark’s domain is the internet. They are the Unobvious Ones.