Auto Value Parts Stores
Iron River, WI
Lake Hallie, WI
Black River Falls, WI
La Crosse, WI (3)
Richland Center, WI
West Salem, WI
New Richmond, WI
Turtle Lake, WI
Clear Lake, WI
Rice Lake, WI
The Automotive Parts Headquarters (APH) network of Auto Value parts stores has surpassed 130 locations with additional market growth opportunities on the horizon for experienced store owners, as well as, new entrepreneurs. Recent studies have projected that motorists are keeping their vehicles longer and driving more miles, thereby increasing maintenance and part replacement needs by do-it-yourself (DIY) and do-it-for-me (DIFM) customers. As a member of the Auto Value family, you have a full menu of business support programs and sales building resources available to take advantage of these positive consumer trends.
• Store operations: We share “best practices” that are invaluable for benchmarking and identifying profit opportunities.
• Product support: Extensive application coverage for domestic, import, heavy-duty, marine, agricultural and recreational vehicles.
• Delivery support: More breadth-less depth inventory benefits with our overnight freight service. Next day turn around on special orders gives you a competitive edge!
• Computer support: Immediate part inquiry and internet ordering. In-house technical support and onsite training for new owners.
• Inventory management: Maximum turns and investment protection via our state-of-the-art inventory control system.
• Training support: Classroom and online seminars for store personnel and technicians.
• Store image: A wide variety of product displays, accessories, and identification for a professional interior and exterior appearance.
• Marketing tools: Sales programs and promotional flyers are developed internally to meet current product trends and seasonal demands.
Want to learn more about APH and how it is thriving under its third generation of Bartlett leadership? Featured in the January 2011 issue of Business Central, the Bartletts offer a candid conversation on the subjects of starting out, the recession, employee engagement and the future. To download a full copy of the article click here or click here to read it online.
(Business Central - January 2011)