Auto Plus Announces New Acquisition In Texas

Auto Plus Announces New Acquisition In Texas

The announcement follows the company's recent acquisitions in Tennessee, Wisconsin, Florida, New York and Mississippi.

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Auto Plus President and CEO Brent Windom has announced the acquisition of Standard Auto Parts, a six-store chain located in the Houston and Galveston, Texas, markets.

“This acquisition of Standard Auto Parts is a welcomed addition to our company,” said Windom. “We are committed to aggressive growth through acquisition and corporate store development, and an asset such as Standard further enables our company to expand our footprint within highly targeted markets.”

Standard Auto Parts has locations in Galveston, Webster, Texas City, Dickinson, Pearland and Houston. The business is focused on meeting the needs of the professional service dealer in the southeastern Texas market.

Windom added, “This announcement follows our most recent acquisitions in Tennessee, Wisconsin, Florida, New York and Mississippi. Our team is extremely pleased with this pace of expansion, and plans to continue executing our rapid growth strategy.”

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