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National Performance Warehouse Announces its Third Acquisition of 2012

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National Performance Warehouse Companies announced its acquisition of its 10th location, CMA Warehouse in Los Angeles. CMA Warehouse services customers in Los Angeles and the West Coast.

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As is the custom for an NPW acquisition, CMA Warehouse will maintain its current staff and management to continue to service its customers in its historic manner, the company said.

Darrin Morgan, who will remain as the CMA Warehouse General Manager, said, “CMA has been a family-run operation for over 20 years and we are excited to become part of the NPW family. This acquisition will give us an opportunity to expand our product offering and enhance our services while still being able to give the quality care to our customers that everyone has come to expect from CMA Warehouse."

Larry Pacey, NPW’s President and CEO, said, “The CMA Warehouse operation continues to broaden and solidify our traditional parts selection and places us close to a base of customers we wanted to reach without affecting our current jobbers. Broadening our product mix, improving service and responding to customers needs keep with our plans to be a major supplier in catering to jobbers in the western region.” 

Prior to the CMA deal, NPW acquired Karbelt in Canada and Motor Warehouse in Sacramento, Calif.

Founded in 1969, National Performance Warehouse Companies (NPW) is a leader in marketing traditional, performance and truck accessories in North America. The company stocks a wide range of manufacturers’ products in its 10 locations across the United States and Canada.

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For more information on National Performance Warehouse, visit www.enationalperformance.com.

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