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Tenneco Automotive and Pep Boys Sign Long-Term Deal

Tenneco Automotive has announced a long-term agreement with Pep Boys to supply Monroe shock absorbers, struts and off-road Rancho products to all of Pep Boys' stores nationwide and in Puerto Rico. Tenneco Automotive's Monroe, Rancho and DNX shock absorbers and struts and DNX and Dynomax performance exhaust products will be available at all Pep Boys' stores beginning in February 2004.

LAKE FOREST, IL — Tenneco Automotive has announced a long-term agreement with Pep Boys to supply Monroe shock absorbers, struts and off-road Rancho products to all of Pep Boys’ stores nationwide and in Puerto Rico.

Tenneco Automotive’s Monroe, Rancho and DNX shock absorbers and struts and DNX and Dynomax performance exhaust products will be available at all Pep Boys’ stores beginning in February 2004.

“We are very pleased to expand our customer base with the addition of Pep Boys, one of the nation’s leading full-service automotive aftermarket retail and service chains,” said Mark Frissora, chairman and CEO, Tenneco Automotive. “We continue to attract new aftermarket customers through the strength of our brands, our premium product offerings and innovative marketing programs.”

The Monroe products will be produced primarily at the Tenneco Automotive facility in Paragould, Ark., while exhaust will largely be supplied from its facility in Harrisonburg, Va.

“With the addition of Tenneco Automotive’s lines of shocks, struts and performance exhaust products to Pep Boys’ product roster, we’re further catering to the needs and wants of the Pep Boys customer and the automotive enthusiast,” said Don Casey, senior vice president of supply chain and logistics for Pep Boys. “Just like Pep Boys, Tenneco Automotive and its brands are well known and widely trusted in the automotive aftermarket.”

Specific terms of the agreement were not disclosed.

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