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Icahn Automotive Acquires RPM Automotive

Icahn Automotive Group LLC announced it has completed its acquisition of RPM Automotive. The deal expands Icahn’s presence in the Southeastern U.S. by 10 locations and more than 100 service bays.


Icahn Automotive Group LLC, which owns and operates leading auto repair and maintenance providers Pep Boys, AAMCO and Precision Tune Auto Care, announced it has completed its acquisition of RPM Automotive. For Icahn Automotive, the deal expands its presence in the Southeastern U.S., an important market for the company, by 10 locations and more than 100 service bays. Headquartered in Jacksonville, FL, RPM Automotive has built a reputation on its exceptional customer service and quality work on all makes and models, including luxury vehicles and large fleets.

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“We are pleased to welcome RPM Automotive to the Icahn Automotive family of brands,” said CEO Dan Ninivaggi. “Their outstanding leadership and expert technicians will continue to provide the leading service and customer experience they’ve come to be known for, while joining our 2,000 locations and 22,000 technicians in a nearly 100-year tradition of keeping customers’ vehicles on the road.”

RPM Automotive will retain its name, long-time leadership and ASE-certified technicians. With state-of-the-art technology, comfortable waiting areas, the ability to offer customer conveniences such as rental cars, RPM Automotive is a true alternative to the dealership.

“For the last decade, RPM Automotive has focused on building and growing a business our customers trust by hiring and training the very best technicians in the area and giving back to our local community,” said Colley Stowell, president and founder of RPM Automotive. “Joining Icahn Automotive is a significant next step for RPM Automotive. We’ll continue to operate seamlessly our shops while beginning to leverage the resources and opportunities that come with joining a large-scale service organization.”


Icahn Automotive’s multi-year strategy to increase both the breadth and density of its national service network has resulted in the acquisition of independent and franchised locations across the country.

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