The Pep Boys Announces New Apparel And Accessories Lines In Stores Nationwide By Early May

The Pep Boys Announces New Apparel And Accessories Lines In Stores Nationwide By Early May

For those who take pride in "their" brand and want to dress to impress, Pep Boys now carries clothing and accessories featuring Ford, Mustang, Chevy, Camaro, Corvette and more, the company says.

PHILADELPHIA — The Pep Boys — Manny, Moe & Jack — will be featuring new apparel and accessories lines in stores nationwide by early May, perfect for the enthusiasts who take pride in “their” brand and wants to dress to impress, the company said.

The auto license merchandise brands are Mustang, Camaro, Ford, Chevy, Mopar, Corvette, Charger, Cobra, Ram, Firebird, Challenger, Honda and Shelby.

The new items include adult and kids’ T-shirts, hats, belts, pullover and zip hoodies, mechanic’s shirts, jams, pants, jackets and performance polo shirts as well as key chains, wallets and cell phone cases.

“Pep Boys is thrilled to offer our customers the broadest selection of merchandise available,” said Jennifer Wetzel, associate category manager, Pep Boys. “With Mother’s Day, Father’s Day and graduations taking place, there’s definitely something for everyone on your gift-giving list — or to keep for yourself.”

Customers can purchase in-store and online at, and the items can be shipped to home or held for pick up at their Pep Boys location of choice.  Orders totaling $75 or more through will receive free shipping — perfect for everyone, everywhere.

For more information about Pep Boys products and services, or to find your nearest location, visit or call 1-800-PEP-BOYS (1-800-737-2697).

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