Board Election Nominations are due by June 19

Under PEI’s election procedure, an Official Representative or a duly appointed alternate must request to have his/her name included on the ballot, indicating a willingness to serve on the Board of Directors if elected. A request for your name to be included must be received by PEI not less than seven (7) days prior to the mailing of the ballots. As this is a odd-numbered year, we elect directors from odd-numbered districts plus a Service and Construction division representative.

We have provided the following Acrobat PDF form for you to request a name be included on the ballot. Complete the form– then save it and email to info@pei.org, or print and fax to 918.491.9895 by June 19.

Download the Form

Districts
There are nine geographical districts in the Distributor Division and four product-line districts in the Manufacturer Division.

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Odd-numbered districts include:

District 1 - Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts,
New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Rhode
Island, Vermont, England, Finland, Iceland, Ireland,
Latvia, New Brunswick, Norway, Nova Scotia,
Quebec and Sweden.

District 3 - Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, South
Carolina, Barbados, Dominican Republic, Haiti and
Puerto Rico.

District 5 - Alabama, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi,
Tennessee, Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica,
El Salvador, Guatemala, Panama, Paraguay, Peru,
Uruguay and Venezuela.

District 7 - Colorado, Minnesota, Nebraska, Montana,
North Dakota, South Dakota, Wyoming, Australia,
Bangladesh, Guam, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan,
Korea, Malaysia, New Zealand, Philippines, Republic
of China, Singapore, Sri Lanka and Thailand.

District 9 - Alaska, Arizona, California, Hawaii, Idaho,
Nevada, Oregon, Utah, Washington, Alberta, British
Columbia, Manitoba and Saskatchewan.

District 11 - Automotive lifts, lubrication equipment,
air compressors, tanks, tire inflators, hose reels, car
washes and miscellaneous equipment

District 13 - Hose, canopies and miscellaneous
equipment

Want to know more?
Click to review the association constitution & bylaws.

Click to review the board election process.


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