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Hi-Tech Engine Components to Supply the Alliance Group

Hi-Tech Engine Components has been selected as an official supplier of engine kits for the Aftermarket Auto Parts Alliance. According to Dick Morgan, president and CEO of the Alliance, while the group already has a strong engine parts program in place, the addition of Hi-Tech will complement the existing component coverage and more than double the number of engine kits currently available.

SAN ANTONIO — Hi-Tech Engine Components has been selected as an official supplier of engine kits for the Aftermarket Auto Parts Alliance.

Founded independently in the 1970s, Auto Value, Bumper to Bumper and All Pro merged to form The Alliance in January, 2000. In 2003, stores identifying themselves as All Pro/Bumper to Bumper became simply Bumper to Bumper. Today, the Alliance is one of the largest auto parts distribution and marketing organizations in the world, with more than 4,000 parts stores and 2,000 certified service centers located throughout the U.S., Canada, Europe and Northern Mexico.

According to Dick Morgan, president and CEO of the Alliance, while the group already has a strong engine parts program in place, the addition of Hi-Tech will complement the existing component coverage and more than double the number of engine kits currently available.

Lonnie Mayne, vice president of sales for Hi-Tech, said the company is proud to be associated with such a strong group. “By utilizing our unique programs, such as innovative marketing, low cost overnight delivery, unsurpassed product coverage and superior technical support, we can and will help the Alliance members grow their total sales within the engine parts category,” said Mayne.

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