Tri-City Transmission Wins 2016 Better Business Bureau Torch Award for Ethics

April 8, 2016 - (Tempe, AZ) Tri-City Transmission of Tempe, Arizona, has won the 2016 BBB Torch Awards for Ethics. This annual awards program, sponsored by the Better Business Bureau serving Central, Northern and Western Arizona (BBB), recognizes firms whose business practices and related activities exemplify BBB’s mission and principles to ensure our marketplace remains fair and honorable.

“The transmission industry has historically had a bad reputation, and it’s been my mission for the past nine years to change that reputation. This award is a huge honor and shows we are making strides in improving the reputation of our industry,” says Dave Riccio, owner of Tri-City Transmission.

Tri-City Transmission won for their commitment to ethics in hiring, training, customer service, marketing and workmanship.

Tri-City Transmission is a family-owned automotive business that has been providing complete automotive service and repair in the Phoenix, Arizona, area since 1972.

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Tri-City Transmission is rated as an A+ Accredited Business by the Better Business Bureau (BBB) and is a member of the Automatic Transmission Rebuilders Association (ATRA). Tri-City Transmission was named Motor Age Magazine Top Shop in 2014.

The owner of Tri-City Transmission, Dave Riccio, has been in the automotive business for over 20 years. Riccio is an ASE Certified Technician.  Riccio is also a host of Arizona’s Number One Car Show, Bumper to Bumper Radio, airing every Saturday morning from 11:00-12:00 on 92.3 KTAR radio in Phoenix.

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