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Pep Boys to Supply Independent Tire Dealers Group

Pep Boys has formed a supply arrangement with the Independent Tire Dealers Group (ITDG) to supply aftermarket hard parts, shop equipment and tires to the group's 260 members. Pep Boys will supply the Independent Tire Dealers Group through its auto parts delivery business known as Pep Express Parts (PEP).

PHILADELPHIA — Pep Boys has formed a supply arrangement with the Independent Tire Dealers Group (ITDG) to supply aftermarket hard parts, shop equipment and tires to the group’s 260 members.

ITDG headquartered in Juno Beach, Fla, serves members primarily in California as well as Arizona, Nevada, Colorado, Montana, New Mexico and Hawaii. Pep Boys will supply the Independent Tire Dealers Group through its auto parts delivery business known as Pep Express Parts (PEP). PEP operates out of 490 stores in the U.S. and Puerto Rico, with a fleet of more than 1,300 delivery trucks.

For more information about Pep Boys, go to: www.pepboys.com.

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