Larry Pacey, NPW president and CEO, was on hand at the new facility
on opening day and had these comments, “The crew worked hard over the
weekend to have the new building ready for business by 8 a.m. Monday. We
also had assistance from many suppliers and reps who pitched in to help
beat our deadline. We are appreciative to all who made this happen. ”
Customers will continue to contact the company and process orders in the
traditional manner. The move only changes the location where a customer
would “will call” parts, the company says.
An official grand opening is planned for June to coincide with NPW’s
AERA Tech & Regional Skills Conference. The move also precedes the
company’s annual trade show, called the CARS Expo, which takes place
Sunday, April 14, at the Santa Clara Convention Center, near San Jose.
More than 100 suppliers are expected to attend this event as well as
several hundred jobbers and more than 2,000 automotive enthusiasts.
For more information about the National Performance Warehouse, visit www.enationalperformance.com.