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Pep Boys Stores to Carry Royal Purple Synthetic Lubricants

Starting this month, Pep Boys will carry Royal Purple’s high-performance synthetic lubricants at its stores nationwide. Royal Purple's line of synthetic lubricants and additives includes engine oils, transmission fluids, gear oil, coolant additives, fuel system cleaner, power steering fluid, chain lubricant, penetrating lubricant, assembly lube and shop compressor lubricant.

PORTER, TEXAS — Starting this month, Pep Boys will carry Royal Purple’s high-performance synthetic lubricants at its stores nationwide. Royal Purple’s line of synthetic lubricants and additives includes engine oils, transmission fluids, gear oil, coolant additives, fuel system cleaner, power steering fluid, chain lubricant, penetrating lubricant, assembly lube and shop compressor lubricant.

“We’re thrilled to have Pep Boys carrying our product line,” said Royal Purple Marketing Director Mark McFann. “Pep Boys’ increasing attention to commercial sales and performance products, and their solid position as a market leader makes this alliance truly a win-win.”

According to Pep Boys’ senior product manager Scott Dodson, Pep Boys added Royal Purple’s high-performance engine oils to its category-dominant line of lubricants “to enhance the quality and selection of our product offering. As part of Pep Boys’ retail renewal, we are introducing new products and new name brands, which our customers respect and seek out. Royal Purple has an excellent reputation in the automotive aftermarket for producing high-quality, high-performance products.”

For more information about Royal Purple, go to: www.royalpurple.com

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