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NKC Schools’ Jack Stow A Real Vehicle Care RockStar

This automotive instructor is teaching kids about more than just repairing cars.

MEMA Launches At-Home REPAIR Campaign

The next step in the campaign to get the REPAIR Act passed is to get aftermarket suppliers involved.

Nominations Now Open For 2022 ‘Women At The Wheel’

The May AMN/Counterman cover story will profile some of today’s top female aftermarket professionals sparking change.

Women at the Wheel
Growing The Family Business

Our conversation with the next generation of aftermarket distribution leaders.

August AMN/CM
Rise And Fall Of A Jobber Store

Years after the store closed, my dad was still dreaming about part numbers.

Jobber Store
Introducing The 2020 Class Of Women At The Wheel

This year’s class of Women at the Wheel is being featured as the cover story in the May issue of AMN.

ISN Tool Dealer Expo Features Keynote Speaker, Prizes, Expanded Hours

Integrated Supply Network (ISN) will hold its Tool Dealer Expo from June 27-29 in Orlando, Florida.

O’Reilly to Close Little Rock Distribution Center, Open New Facility in Mississippi

O’Reilly has purchased a 580,000-square-foot facility in Horn Lake, Mississippi, to serve the Memphis market and support store growth in the central and southern states.

Continental Conveyor Plant in Halstead, Kansas, Celebrating 80th Anniversary

The plant began business in 1939, started by tire repairman Ed Toevs, who called his shop the Rub-R-Slat Draper Co.

Sometimes, Customers Say the Darndest Things

One of the greatest things about our jobs as parts specialists is that no two days are exactly the same.

Auto Parts Distribution: What’s in the Cards for 2019?

As we’ve reported in recent months, the business environment looks favorable for the automotive aftermarket, and the news seems to keep getting better.

Arch Auto Parts Celebrates 40th Anniversary with Billboard in Times Square

The Arch Auto Parts ad is running Nov. 15 through Jan. 31 at 1500 Broadway and 43rd Street, in the heart of the Times Square bowtie area, above the pedestrian-friendly Times Square Plaza.