PHILADELPHIA — Icahn Automotive Group has singled out five of its Pep Boys automotive service locations for recognition during National Safety Month for operating "incident free" for the past five years.
In all, Icahn identified 331 Pep Boys stores that were incident-free for at least one year, while spotlighting stores in Leesburg, Union Park and The Villages, Fla.; Rio Grande, Puerto Rico; and Dallas for staying incident-free for five or more years.
"Today more than ever, consumers are seeking companies they can trust, and the best way we can demonstrate our trustworthiness is to work safely," Brian Kaner, CEO – Service, for Pep Boys, said.
"Safety is the first action for which we hold our team members accountable each day, and we look forward to continuing to celebrate more locations' incident-free achievements in the years to come."
The National Safety Council (NSC) has designated June as National Safety Month, and throughout the month Pep Boys will be showing customers how team members stay safe while repairing their vehicles, along with the enhanced cleaning and protective measures implemented during the coronavirus pandemic.
The NSC is considered America's leading nonprofit safety advocate, whose mission is described as eliminating the leading causes of preventable death so people can live their fullest lives. The group focuses its efforts where we it feels it can make the greatest impact: workplace, roadway and impairment.