OREANDA-NEWS. Advance Auto Parts, Inc. (NYSE:AAP), a leading automotive aftermarket parts provider in North America, announced the opening of three Super Hub stores serving the Atlanta Metro. They are located in Marietta, Riverdale and Norcross. The three Super Hubs will ensure more high-quality parts are available to Commercial repair shops more frequently.

“We are committed to listening intently to the needs of our customers, who point to availability as the critical starting point for delivering a great customer experience,” said Al Wheeler, Advance Auto Parts Senior Vice President, Commercial Sales. “That’s why we continue to invest our dollars and resources to ensure that we are meeting customers’ demands with expanded inventory coverage in categories that the Commercial customer can trust. The Advance Metro Super Hubs allow us to make this expanded coverage available to support Commercial customers through a series of daily delivery routes.”

Each Atlanta Metro Super Hub will increase parts availability in the region, ensuring Advance offers maximum coverage for in-market vehicles. The expanded parts selection at Advance Super Hub locations includes quality parts from leading name brands including MOOG, Monroe, Bosch and BWD, among others. In addition, Advance offers Commercial customers access to more than 750,000 quality products designed and rigorously tested for foreign and domestic vehicles through Advance Professional, Advance’s Commercial business segment that includes a dedicated sales force and customized business solutions.

“Our Advance Super Hub Team Members have the knowledge and passion to best serve our customers – whether it is a Commercial shop owner, an Advance Atlanta Metro store operator, or a person working on his or her vehicle,” said David McCartney, Division President – Southern Division with Advance Auto Parts. “Additional in-market inventory and more frequent delivery routes are accelerating our speed of service so, ultimately, Advance customers are able to turn bays faster and get their own customers back on the road safely and quickly.”