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Amy Antenora
Editor
aftermarketNews Editor Amy Antenora has been reporting daily on the automotive aftermarket for 10 years. She also serves as managing editor of Counterman, AMN’s sister print publication for the parts distribution segment. Amy is a member of the Car Care Council Women’s Board, and is a former chair of the Women’s Board Executive Committee as well as a former member of AAIA’s Leadership Development Network. In 2009, Amy earned the Automotive Aftermarket Professional (AAP) designation from Northwood University’s University of the Aftermarket. She began her career as a newspaper reporter and has also worked in public relations for two state universities. Amy has a bachelor’s degree in English from Kent State University.

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Mark Phillips
Managing Editor
Mark worked for more than 13 years in the newspaper industry, and edited several newspapers in Ohio and Boston, Mass. He most recently was editor of Commercial Dealer magazine, a publication serving independent dealers of outdoor power equipment. He is a graduate of Ohio Wesleyan University. Mark joined Babcox in 2008 as editor of Counterman magazine and also serves as managing editor for AMN.

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Melanie Sayre
Associate Editor
Joining Babcox Media as an associate editor in 2015, Melanie Sayre graduated from Case Western Reserve University with a Bachelors of Arts in English with a minor in Civil Engineering. While there, she worked actively on both magazine and newspaper publications while braving Cleveland’s tenacious winters.

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Scott Shriber
Group Publisher
Scott Shriber is a veteran of the automotive industry with four decades of experience. His 27 years with Ford Motor Co. (Dearborn, Mich.) included senior management work in the areas of customer service, field technical training, dealer profitability, fixed operations and warranty, as well as national marketing and sales experience. He has a deep understanding of both direct and indirect parts sales channels, as well as distribution through the aftermarket. During two joint venture start-ups, he gained extensive collision, IT and medium-duty truck experience. Scott joined Babcox in 2008 as publisher of BodyShop Business. In 2010, Scott was also named publisher of Counterman magazine and AMN. He remains a devoted car enthusiast and continual student of the automotive industry. A graduate of Hillsdale College, Scott resides in Akron, Ohio, with his wife, Suzanne, and their three children.

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