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Interstate Batteries Launches Exclusive Partnership with Advance Auto Parts

Advance Auto Parts and Interstate Batteries have partnered to make Interstate Batteries the exclusive automotive and specialty battery brand to Advance Auto Parts stores and customers starting in the spring of 2018.

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Advance Auto Parts and Interstate Batteries have partnered to make Interstate Batteries the exclusive automotive and specialty battery brand to Advance Auto Parts stores and customers starting in the spring of 2018.

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“We are thrilled that Advance Auto Parts will be the only national auto parts retailer offering our customers the market leading battery brand,” said Tom Greco, president and CEO of Advance Auto Parts. “Together with Interstate, we are positioned to increase market share in batteries and achieve growth. Long term strategic partnerships with our suppliers are important and this is a great example.”

Advance Auto Parts will debut a comprehensive battery program featuring Interstate products at its more than 4,900 U.S. and international locations, and will offer free battery testing and installation in stores. Interstate products will be available initially at Advance’s company-owned stores and at independently owned Carquest Auto Parts stores. In the future, wholly owned Advance Auto Parts subsidiaries Worldpac, Autopart International and Carquest Canada will also offer Interstate products.

“Interstate Batteries’ long-term vision is to be the first choice in sustainable battery solutions in every community we serve,” said Scott Miller, president and CEO of Interstate Batteries. “This alliance places us where our professional and retail customers are making purchasing decisions, allowing Advance Auto Parts and independent Carquest stores to serve as convenient, one-stop shops to meet our customers’ needs.”

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