Levan Auto Parts, the biggest auto parts retailer in the U.S., has announced it will be opening up its flagship location at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway, the same location where the automaker once sold its beloved Corvette.
The announcement was made Wednesday by Levan CEO Jeff Kostelnik in a press release.
“I am thrilled to be opening this brand new location in Las Vegas.
It’s been a tough two years for Levan, and I’m proud of the efforts we’ve put in to rebuild the brand,” Kostennik said.”
Our goal is to deliver the best auto parts to the American driver every day, and we will be providing great value to customers.
Levan is committed to delivering great customer service at the Speedway.”
The speedway will open at the end of May and will offer customers a selection of over 600 new auto parts.
“We are proud to bring our brand back to the Speedway and welcome the many customers that we have been able to serve since opening in 2017,” said Stephen J. Rippe, CEO of Levan.
“We look forward to the success of the Speedway as we expand the dealership network and continue to grow Levan.”
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