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O’Reilly Automotive Adds Websites Following CSK Integration

This web expansion follows the recent integration of CSK into the O'Reilly business, following O'Reilly's acquisition of CSK last year.

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – O’Reilly Automotive has made available websites for Checker Auto, Schuck’s Auto, Kragen Auto and Murray’s Auto Parts, which feature parts ordering capabilities.

Checker, Schuck’s, Kragen and Murray’s Auto Parts are part of CSK Auto Inc. This web expansion follows the recent integration of CSK into the O’Reilly business, following O’Reilly’s acquisition of CSK last year.

As part of the third largest auto parts chain in the country, Checker, Schuck’s, Kragen and Murray’s are able to provide unparalleled vehicle coverage, brand selection and product availability to customers, says O’Reilly. The new online sites offer extensive inventory, free shipping on orders over $75 and lower prices than ever before. Customers even have the opportunity to buy online and pick up their purchases at their local Checker, Schuck’s or Kragen Auto Parts store for added convenience and time savings.

According to O’Reilly, eventually all of the Checker, Schuck’s, Kragen and Murray’s Auto Parts stores will take the O’Reilly Auto Parts name. For now however, information on products available through Checker Auto Parts, which has served the Southwest, Rocky Mountain and Northern Plains states and Hawaii since 1969, is available at CheckerAuto.com.

Schuck’s Auto Supply was founded in 1917 and currently operates stores in the Pacific Northwest and Alaska. Schuck’s now has an online presence at Schucks.com.

Founded in 1947, Kragen Auto Parts stores can be found throughout California as well as at Kragen.com.
 
Murray’s Discount Auto Parts, which has been serving customers in the Midwest since 1972, offers an extensive line of auto parts through its online store, MurraysDiscount.com.

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