07 May 2010 4:06 PM | Anonymous

Rochester, MI. –Greg Potter, Dearborn Group Technology, has been awarded ETI’s 16th Founder’s Award at this year’s ToolTech 2010 in Napa Valley, California.  The ETI Founder’s Award was established to honor those individuals who have made numerous contributions to the Institute.

Greg PotterAs with most trade associations ETI thrives on volunteerism from its members as well as its business partners.  Mr. Potter has demonstrated unselfish dedication to the principles that drive ETI since he began his involvement with ETI over 16 years ago.

Mr. Potter is currently on ETI’s Board of Director’s and Chairs ETI’s Scan Tool Vertical Group.  He also served as President of ETI’s Board of Directors from 2004-2006 and ETI’s Technical Director from 1997 to 1999.  Mr. Potter has been active with the ETI Board since 1996 and has attended 15 Summer Tech Weeks, 14 Winter Tech Weeks and 16 Annual Meetings/Tool Techs.  Mr. Potter epitomizes the intent of ETI’s Founders Award.

Mr. Potter graduated cum laude from Lawrence Technological University with a Bachelor’s in Science in Electrical Engineering, and a Master in Business Administration.  He is currently on the I-CAR International Board of Directors and is an active member on several standards committees with the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE).

Greg has served over 27years in the Automotive Service Industry.

About ETI

Founded in 1947, the Equipment and Tool Institute is a trade association of automotive tool and equipment manufacturers and technical information providers. ETI’s mission is to: Advance the vehicle service industry by providing technical data and open dialog between the manufacturers of transportation products, government regulators and the providers of tools, equipment and service information.

For more details about ETI programs and activities, contact Jessie Korosec, Marketing Manager, Equipment and Tool Institute, 134 W. University Drive, Suite 205, Rochester, Michigan. Phone: 248-656-5080; Fax: 603-971-2375; e-mail:



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