Pick-n-Pull Grand Openings Saturday, September 7th, in Massachusetts and Rhode Island
Pick-n-Pull Grand Openings Saturday, September 7 th , in Massachusetts and Rhode Island
RANCHO CORDOVA, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Pick-n-Pull announces the grand opening of three new stores in Freetown and Millis, Massachusetts, and in Cumberland, Rhode Island. These stores will provide customers in the greater Boston and Providence areas with a new way to purchase used auto parts and the ability to participate in an environmentally responsible vehicle recycling program.
Pick-n-Pull customers can purchase used auto parts at our new stores and save up to 90% off new auto part prices by bringing their own tools and pulling the parts they need from a huge selection of vehicles. Tires start at $15.00, starters and alternators start at $24.99 and fenders and radiators start at $39.99. Pick-n-Pull also offers to pull parts for customers at slightly higher prices. All sales include a free 30-day exchange, and customers can purchase a 12-month warranty on select parts. There is a "Toolkit" loyalty program where customers can earn points for future purchases and participate in exclusive sales events.
Pick-n-Pull provides clean and organized stores with well-marked rows of easy-to-find vehicles and free use of wheel barrows and engine hoists. Customers can search vehicle inventory by store at www.picknpull.com or on www.row52.com, where customers can view pictures and VIN report information and sign up for alerts. There is also an in-store parts interchange system to find alternative vehicles that have the same parts. Pick-n-Pull also recycles junk cars from the community through their Cash For Junk Cars program which can be reached by calling 1-800-442-JUNK (5865).
"We are excited about opening three new stores in the Freetown, Millis and Cumberland areas," said Tom Klauer, President of Pick-n-Pull. "Our innovative and easy-to-shop self-service retail concept not only provides huge savings on auto parts, but also provides a way for residents to recycle their unwanted vehicles in an environmentally responsible manner and get a little extra cash. We have been in the self-service auto parts business for over 25 years, operating in 30 markets across the US and Canada, and we are proud to add the Freetown, Millis and Cumberland communities to our family of stores."
The Pick-n-Pull Grand Opening celebration and ribbon-cutting ceremony will take place at the Freetown, Millis and Cumberland stores on Saturday, September 7 th , starting at 8:00 a.m.
Join Tom Klauer, Pick-n-Pull President, for the official ribbon-cutting ceremony at the Cumberland store on Saturday, September 7 th , at 8:00 a.m.
The first 100 customers at each location will get a FREE Pick-n-Pull T-shirt and a FREE Pick-n-Pull bag, and all customers can enter to win a brand new tool box. Local radio stations will broadcast live from each store starting at 11:00 a.m. Customers will also have the opportunity to meet New England Patriot cheerleaders at Millis and Freetown and get free autographs.
The Pick-n-Pull stores are located in Freetown, MA, at 65 Chace Road, in Millis, MA, at 1465 Main Street and in Cumberland, RI, at 70 Macondray Street.
Founded in 1987, Pick-n-Pull is one of the largest used auto parts retailers and recyclers of end-of-life vehicles in North America, recycling over 350,000 vehicles and receiving more than 5 million customer visits annually. With 61 self-service stores in the U.S. and Western Canada, Pick-n-Pull offers the best selection of used vehicle parts for cars, vans and light trucks at low prices.
Terri Williams, 916-217-9949
KEYWORDS: United States North America California Massachusetts Rhode Island
The article Pick-n-Pull Grand Openings Saturday, September 7th, in Massachusetts and Rhode Island originally appeared on Fool.com.Try any of our Foolish newsletter services free for 30 days. We Fools may not all hold the same opinions, but we all believe that considering a diverse range of insights makes us better investors. The Motley Fool has a disclosure policy.
Copyright © 1995 - 2013 The Motley Fool, LLC. All rights reserved. The Motley Fool has a disclosure policy.