COMPTON, Calif. (Nov. 12, 2015) — Off-road performance product marketer 4 Wheel Parts plans to stage grand reopening celebrations at three of its stores on Saturday, Nov. 14.
The company's locations in Cleveland, Norcross, Ga., and Charlotte, N.C., have been refitted with what 4 Wheel Parts calls “cutting edge showrooms and installation facilities featuring aftermarket 4x4 parts and accessories.” The three stores join the Compton-based firm's lineup of 72 retail stores serving 4x4 enthusiasts throughout the U.S. and Canada.
Greg Adler, 4 Wheel Parts president and CEO, said the company “has enjoyed great success with our project revolution, and reopening these three locations shows our dedication to modernize our showrooms as engaging, educational destinations for off-road enthusiasts.
“We've enjoyed a 20-percent jump in sales after remodeling and continue to evolve our in-store experience with plans to remodel an additional 18 stores next year.”
The free, family-friendly grand reopening events will give attendees an up-close look at popular truck and Jeep products from leading manufacturers like Smittybilt, Mickey Thompson, Skyjacker and Bushwacker, according to 4 Wheel Parts, which added that ASE-certified technicians will be onsite performing installations.