AUTOZONE MOVES TO NEW PREMISES

Downpatrick site for factor

Following several months of building work, Autozone Car Parts has moved into its new 9,000 sq ft premises in Downpatrick, Northern Ireland.

The site is five times larger than its predecessor housing four vans that deliver within a 20 miles radius. A retail area has also been built into the front of the motor factor to entice more trade customers into the store.

“We took the opportunity to also rebrand Autozone, acquiring a new logo which features throughout the new premises, on staff uniform and vans”, said Owner Stevie Vaughan, concluding, “None of this would have been possible without the support of our many suppliers, whom we hope to involve in our open week events in early 2018, the staff and of course our customer base.”

The Northern Ireland-based factor is not to be confused with the giant U.S chain of the same name.

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