The Network Launches New Website For Auto Pride Division

The Network Launches New Website For Auto Pride Division

The enhanced, easy-to-navigate Auto Pride site contains money-saving offers and credit applications for consumers as well as e-catalogs featuring parts, tools and equipment to ensure easy, accurate ordering for jobbers and service dealers, The Network says.

GERMANTOWN, Tenn. — The Automotive Distribution Network has launched a new website to complement the latest program offerings of its Auto Pride division, according to Mike Lambert, president of the Network.

“Located at www.autopride.com, the redesigned site reflects the growth of the Auto Pride membership nationwide and its increasing number of business tools, including its expanded Auto Service Experts program,” Lambert said. “From featured manufacturer partners to a location finder to online training, the new autopride.com is a comprehensive site for consumers as well as for Auto Pride members, jobbers and service dealers.”

The enhanced, easy-to-navigate Auto Pride site also contains money-saving offers and credit applications for consumers as well as e-catalogs featuring parts, tools and equipment to ensure easy, accurate ordering for jobbers and service dealers.

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