12V Tech of the Year Named by MECP

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The Consumer Technology Association (CTA) today announced the recipient of the Mobile Electronics Certified Professional (MECP) Technician of the Year for 2019.

Adam Devine, owner of Devine Concepts in Naples, FL, and a Master Installation Technician for four years won this year’s honor. Devine has been certified for almost 18 years. He was selected for his dedication to excellence and customer satisfaction; his role as a mentor to many in the industry; and constantly striving to further his knowledge on complex elements, said the CTA.

Adam Devine MECP Tech of Year

Runners up were Brandon Green of The Car Audio Shop in High Ridge, MO, and Dave Evans from Adrenaline Autosound in Clayton, NC.

The MECP Tech of the Year is chosen by the Vehicle Technology Division of CTA and other MECP-certified experts.

Jeff Cantrell, MECP Committee Chairman said, “The MECP program recognizes professionals who maintain industry best practices and seek continuing education in order to provide clients with outstanding service and installations. Adam has gone to great lengths to maintain and grow his own certification over many years, market the program to his clients, and maintain the highest standards in every installation.”

MECP, owned by CTA, is a certification program for installation technicians and salespeople of mobile electronics and aftermarket automotive equipment. It is the only nationally recognized program that certifies technicians on the installation techniques and capabilities of automobile information technology, entertainment, navigation and safety/security systems.

Devine will receive an expenses-paid trip to CES 2020 and accept the award on the CTA Stage in the Grand Lobby of the Las Vegas Convention Center. CES 2020 will take place Jan. 7-10, 2020 in Las Vegas, NV.

 

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  1. Congrats Adam! We had three great candidates who all did a fantastic job. We thank you all for your support of the MECP program and commitment to bettering the industry.

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