Saving on Auto Parts is Just the Beginning.
Each new Pull-A-Part location spends millions on improvements to
the physical property. We research and implement environmentally
aware landscaping and recycling on each lot. We believe in making
careful improvements that become a solid part of the future in each
community. We have conducted extensive studies on the long-term
economic effects of adding a Pull-A-Part into a new community and
found our diligence pays off. The studies showed that a Pull-A-Part
location consistently makes a positive impact on the surrounding
real estate values.
Latest News and Quotes
Knoxville News Sentinel feature story about Pull-A-Part, "On the Road to Savings" about how Pull-A-Part's customers are saving much needed money in these difficult economic times.
Cleveland NBC Affiliate, WKYC features Pull-A-Part and it's customers
“Pull-A-Part was great from day one. Everything Pull-A-Part said they would do in developing this project they did. And when you are in my business it is a pretty rare thing to have happen to you.” - Griffin Lassiter, special assistant to the mayor of Birmingham, Al.
"Pull-A-Part has enabled me to work less hours, and be home with my family, and it's also how (we) put three kids through college, and it's just been a godsend...it's totally changed our lives... Like I said ... we've put three kids through college doing it, plus it's fun.."
- Donald Farmer and Krist Foster - Atlanta, GA
“I think it is great utilization because what it is doing is taking these junk cars off the streets; it’s recycling them; it’s making parts available at very inexpensive prices to the people that pull these things apart; and it’s also bringing in additional revenue to the local governments which I know all of them need today – as I certainly needed it when I was CEO of the county.”
- Liane Levetan, Former CEO of Dekalb County, Ga.
Pull A Part's efforts in sustainablity recognized
The Gwinnett Business Journal laud's Pull-A-Part for it's economic impact, efforts for improving the environment and community
Pull-A-Part annouces its exciting expansion plans!
Georgia's secretary of state recognizes Pull-A-Part on their Family Business of the Year award
Septermber, 2007 Recycling Today Magazine Cover Story
Pull-A-Part wins 5 Tennessee Chamber of Commerce 2007 Envronmental Awards
Atlanta Business Chronicle Cover Story - Strategies Section - October 12, 2007
Pull-A-Part contributes to Augusta, GA Boys and Girls Clubs
Memphis Daily News announces Pull-A-Part's Tennessee Chamber of Commerce Environmental Awards
Pull-A-Part receives notice of another 1st Place Award from Keep Georgia Beautiful from Georgia Department of Community Affairs Commissioner Mike Beatty
US EPA Administrator Stephen Johnson on Pull-A-Part's accelerated pace of environmental protection and sustainability
Polly Sattler, Sustainable Business Partners President, on Pull-A-Part as a sustainable business
Polly Sattler, Sustainable Business Partners President, on the reality of Pull-A-Part versus peoples initial perceptions
Region 4 US EPA Deputy Administrator, Russ Wright at Georgia Capitol, says Pull-A-Part places the Environment first,
Birmingham Economic Development Director, Griffin Lassiter, on Pull-A-Part's follow-through on commitments
Former Birmingham City Councilmember Gwenn Sykes on Pull-A-Part's keeping promises and performance