The Aftermarket Auto Parts Alliance has hired industry veteran Mike Cole as director of product and marketing at Alliance Parts Warehouse.
The Aftermarket Auto Parts Alliance awarded a motorcycle to the winner of a Perfect Stop Powersports Giveaway sweepstakes for customers of Auto Value and Bumper to Bumper stores.
Five new members have joined the Aftermarket Auto Parts Alliance Service Center Advisory Council. They will advise the Alliance on “street level” issues facing shop owners.
San Antonio Auto Value and Bumper to Bumper reports Gary Wyllie, owner of C & G Automotive in Sharon, Mass., is a winner in the Perfect Stop Powersports 2016 Giveaway. C & G Automotive is a customer of Norwood Motor Parts, a member of the Aftermarket Auto Parts Alliance.
Aaron's Repair Center in Whitefield, N.H., is the second winner of Aftermarket Auto Parts Alliance’s Auto Value and Bumper to Bumper Garage Overhaul Sweepstakes, winning a $50,000 shop makeover.
Fred White, owner/operator of Miles Auto Service in Sewell, N.J., recently won a $50,000 shop makeover in the Aftermarket Auto Parts Alliance Garage Overhaul Sweepstakes.
Calling it a significant first step in its expansion strategy into Central and South America, John Washbish, president and CEO of the Aftermarket Auto Parts Alliance, announces the signing of Triple A in San Pedro Sula, Honduras, as the group’s newest shareholder member.
Members of the Information Technology Department of the Aftermarket Auto Parts Alliance hosted their counterparts from leading supplier channel partners at the group’s annual Information Technology Summit (IT Summit).
Distributors and suppliers participating in the recent Automotive Warehouse Distributors Association (AWDA) Business and Education Conference accepted the AWDA “Challenge” and together made a donation of more than $58,000 to the University of the Aftermarket Foundation. The funds will be used to support the foundation’s mission of providing educational scholarships to worthy students interested in pursuing careers in the auto care industry.
Darrell Harrod of Showtime Cars in Mt. Washington, Ky., was the winner of a classic American muscle car as part of the second Aftermarket Auto Parts Alliance’s Muscle Car Madness Sweepstakes. The loyal customer of Moog Louisville Warehouse won a restored and modified 1971 Malibu Chevelle, valued at $31,000.
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