World Discounts Joins Automotive Distribution Network As Parts Plus Member

World Discounts Joins Automotive Distribution Network As Parts Plus Member

The company has six stores in Buffalo and the surrounding area, all serviced overnight by the main warehouse.

 

GERMANTOWN, Tenn. – World Discounts of Buffalo, N.Y., has joined the Automotive Distribution Network as a Parts Plus member, according to Mike Lambert, president of the Network.

“The addition of World Discounts in Buffalo fits in perfectly with our membership in western New York,” Lambert said. “They are a strong company that will continue to grow in that area.”

David Chertoff is the owner and CEO of World Discounts and has been in business since 1982. The company has six stores in Buffalo and the surrounding area, all serviced overnight by the main warehouse.

“We feel the marketing, product and IT initiatives available in the Parts Plus toolbox will enable us to grow our business with our primary customer, the professional service dealer,” said Chertoff. “The Parts Plus program will be an asset to our stores, while the Car Care Center concept has always been something unique that distinguishes the best service dealers from the competition. And, with the added quality manufacturers we now have access to, it’s an added benefit for our customer base.”

 

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