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OMNIPARTS Signs With The Network

Headquartered in Tennessee, the business is rapidly expanding nationwide with branch operations in Nashville, Dallas and Orlando. With aggressive goals, the company plans to open five additional stores in 2019, increasing that number annually.

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The Automotive Distribution Network continues to expand the group’s Parts Plus footprint across the country with the recent signing of OMNIPARTS, based in Franklin, Tennessee. 

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“The Network is proud to welcome OMNIPARTS to the Network as a shareholder,” said David Prater, Network president. “OMNIPARTS is representative of the changing face of the aftermarket. They offer a unique business model with a strong business plan that includes strategic growth across a wide variety of markets. We are proud that they see the value in the services The Network offers and chose us as a partner moving forward. We look forward to exploring not only what OMNIPARTS can benefit from as a shareholder, but also the opportunities they can provide to our existing shareholders.”

Formed in 2016, the company employs a veteran team of aftermarket professionals who have a deep understanding of – and appreciation for – the aftermarket, enabling them to provide customers with premium parts at the right price and at the right time.  

Headquartered in Tennessee, the business is rapidly expanding nationwide with branch operations in Nashville, Dallas and Orlando. With aggressive goals, the company plans to open five additional stores in 2019, increasing that number annually. In addition to the U.S., OMNIPARTS has plans to expand into Mexico where The Network already as a presence. The Network currently has nine warehouse distributors operating multiple locations from the border region down into Guatemala.

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John Mosunic, CEO, said he quickly recognized the benefits of the Network. “The Network has programs and systems that will allow us to hit the ground running and meet our very aggressive targets,” he said. “We are excited about the opportunities being a shareholder brings to our organization and look forward to rapidly deploying the programs that The Network offers.”  

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