Auto Plus and Pep Boys Strengthen Distribution
Portfolio in Winder, GA
Parts Inventory Increases for the Auto Aftermarket Company
Kennesaw, GA –April 5, 2016 – Auto Plus and Pep Boys President and Chief Executive Officer Brent Windom today announced the acquisition of Greene’s Auto Parts, a former independently owned store supported by Auto Plus located in Winder, GA.
“This acquisition of Greene’s Auto Parts is a welcomed addition to our company,” said Windom. “We are committed to aggressive growth through acquisition and corporate store development, and a business such as Greene’s Auto Parts further enables our company to expand our footprint within targeted markets.”
A staple of the Winder-area community it has served for more than 33 years, Greene’s Auto Parts provides customers with repair and maintenance parts for cars and light trucks, along with maintenance items for trailers and agricultural and industrial tractors.
Windom added, “Our team is extremely pleased with our pace of expansion, and plans to continue executing our rapid growth strategy.”
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About Auto Plus
Auto Plus is a major U.S.-based distributor of automotive aftermarket parts. It is known for its investment in high-technology platforms for parts distribution and inventory control. The company continues to grow rapidly through its strategic acquisition plan. For more information, visit www.autoplusap.com.
About Pep Boys
Since 1921, Pep Boys has been the nation’s leading automotive aftermarket chain. With over 7,500 service bays in over 800 locations in 35 states and Puerto Rico, Pep Boys offers name-brand tires; automotive maintenance and repair; parts and expert advice for the Do-It-Yourselfer; commercial auto parts delivery; and fleet maintenance and repair. Customers can find the nearest location by calling 1-800-PEP BOYS (1-800-737-2697) or by visiting www.pepboys.com.
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