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SPARK 2018 Luminaries Announced 

Industry icons will introduce a group of 13 college students to the aftermarket at AAPEX.

Multi Parts Announces SPARK 2018 Guiding Lights And Corporate Hosts

Aftermarket professionals donate their time, energy and insight to the next generation.

Multi Parts Names SPARK2018 Selectees

The company’s fifth-annual industry immersion program will bring the next generation to AAPEX 2018.

Multi Parts Announces SPARK 2018 Initiative

SPARK 2018 is a three-day industry immersion, delivering student participants a front row seat to experience the business of the automotive aftermarket.

Multi Parts Announces SPARK 2017 Guiding Lights

Ten students, selected by Multi Parts for their interest in pursuing careers in the core business areas of the automotive aftermarket, will shadow Guiding Lights throughout their time at SPARK 2017 and during the AAPEX show.

Multi Parts Names SPARK 2017 Selectees

SPARK participants are students and military veterans interested in management, engineering, product development, cataloging, pricing, marketing, sales, logistics, legal, accounting and other core business activities of the automotive aftermarket.

Multi Parts Announces 2017 SPARK Luminaries

Eight of the automotive aftermarket’s biggest names share their expertise and insights with 11 SPARK student-participants from across the U.S.

Multi Parts’ Jupiter Headquarters Temporarily Closes

Due to Hurricane Irma, Multi Parts’ Jupiter, Florida, office will be temporarily closed, beginning Sept. 7, to attend to the safety of its employees and the security of its workplace.

Multi Parts’ SPARK Initiative Debuts New Website

Each year, the initiative aims to ignite interest in the business of the aftermarket among the next generation of executive leadership, and this year has evolved to better reflect its mission.

AMN Executive Interview: Multi Parts’ Brian Cohn Talks About The Real-World Impacts Of The Border Adjustment Tax

Opponents of the proposed Border Adjustment Tax (BAT) say the measure would place a discriminatory tax on imports that will result in their consumers paying higher prices for everyday items such as food, gas, auto repair, clothing and medicine. Today, Brian Cohn, president of Multi Parts in Jupiter, Florida, shares his take on this hot-button issue.