We’re hopeful that 2021 will begin to usher in a return to normalcy for the aftermarket – and our nation.
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Founded in 1986 in Brooklyn, Coney Island Auto Parts quickly became a leading distributor of automotive aftermarket parts.
One of the greatest things about our jobs as parts specialists is that no two days are exactly the same.
Service includes people. Robots and/or computers can’t duplicate what you do on a daily basis.
As we’ve reported in recent months, the business environment looks favorable for the automotive aftermarket, and the news seems to keep getting better.
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.
While thumbing through the Counterman archives, we uncovered an absolute gem of a Letter to the Editor in the September 1991 issue.
“The Epicor Vision solution offers the fit, ease and growth desired by a full range of parts distributors, including two-step operations as well as those that own and service traditional jobber stores,” Epicor said in a news release.
The current ownership has decided to retire and sell more than $700,000 of parts inventory.
As the company’s corporate headquarters, parts warehouse and busiest of its 12 stores, “it was important for the outside of the building to accurately reflect that this location is much more than a busy parts store with long lines on Saturday mornings,” the company said.
The point-of-sale system is designed to maximize productivity at the parts counter and equip stores to receive online orders from installers, according to the company.