Community Involvement

Involved in Every Neighborhood.

Pull-A-Part treats every location as a unique local business and becomes concerned about the people in each community we serve. We become directly involved. Offering support and commitment to our neighbors, we work hard to nurture a safe, clean, and productive community spirit.

We have been able to actively assist in the ongoing training of local fire and police units. These community protectors can learn and practice canine drug and bomb sniffing, jaws-of-life training and other life saving and public safety techniques in a controlled, realistic setting. Pull-A-Part is proud to make this happen, and to take part in helping emergency personnel to better help you.

We actively support local charities and take pride in our outstanding record of making a difference. Far from the typical superstore mentality, at the core of every Pull-A-Part store is an invitingly warm, friendly neighborhood business, where better things are made possible.

We look forward to meeting you.

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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.   Download PDF

Columbia, SC Fire Department thanks Pull-A-Part for providing emergency extrication training   Download PDF

Pull-A-Part is a sponsor of the Tennesee Governor's Highway Safety Office's "Drive Drunk - Get Nailed" program for the summer of 2009. See our contibution to this ground-breaking - life saving program   Download PDF

Memphis Fire Department thanks Pull-A-Part for "jaws of life" training   Download PDF

Thank you letter from Indiana Department of Environmental Management (IDEM) for Pull-A-Part's help and endorcement of the IDEM Auto Salvage Recyclers Environmental Self-Audit Workbook and Clean Yard program   Download PDF

Pull-A-Part founding partner, Marty Kogon, wins 2008 Anti-Defamation League"s Abe Goldstein Human Relations Award. Marty is joined by US Senator Johnny Isakson, winner of the Commnity of Respect Award.   Download PDF

Pull-A-Part is the only company in the country to win the National EPA National Partnership for Environmental Priorities (NPEP) Achievement Award for Recycling Mercury Switches   Watch Video

Pull-A-Part and Senior VP Steve Levetan named Member of the Year for the Automotive Recyclers Association (ARA). ARA is the National Trade Association for the Auto Recycling industry and services approximately 1,000 member companies through direct membership and over 2,000 other companies through its affiliated chapters. ARA is the only trade association serving the automotive recycling industry in 12 countries internationally.   Watch Video

Listen to Pull-A-Part's Senior VP, Steve Levetan, in an intevew on Georgia Public Broadcasting, on being named Keep Georgia Beautiful's Man of the Year for 2008

TV coverage of Pull-A-Part's "Jaws of Life" training in Knoxville   Watch Video

“I have a 20 month old baby and I do not have concerns at all with being next to Pull-A-Part. They have a really big privacy fence. I don’t even see Pull-A-Part when I go on my walks with her. I think there are some trees between us and the fence which makes it eve more private.” - Risa Kennedy, neighbor, Atlanta, Ga.   Download

“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.   Download

“By simply walking around their lot, the area was visibly cleaner than some grocery stores I’ve been in.”
- The Story Group – Atlanta, GA

“When we first heard that the property owner wanted to sell this property to a salvage yard, we were opposed, but what we saw in Nashville was not a junkyard. It was a computerized, neat, clean, efficiently run, first class business that should set the standard of what a salvage yard should and can be.:"
- Linda Duncan, Secretary, Yorktown North Neighborhood Association, Louisville, Ky.

October 2006
Atlanta Business Chronicle recognizes Pull-A-Part co-owner Ross Kogon in Top 40 under 40.   Download PDF

October 5, 2006
TheStoryGroup.com recognizes Pull-A-Part provides an environmentally responsible method of disposing end-of-life vehicles.   Download PDF

“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.

The City of Augusta declare April 25,2007 "Extrication Training Day" in recognizing Pull-A-Part and the Augusta Fire department for the efforts, through trainings done at Pull-A-Part, in improving public safety and helping the training of the fire department's life saving efforts   Download PDF

Pull-A-Part and its Partnership for training with the local fire department is recognized by the mayor of Louisville!   Download PDF

Thank-you letter from Louisville Fire Chief   Download PDF

Certificate from Augusta, GA Fire Department commending Pull-A-Part's sponsorship of "Jaws of LIfe" training.   Download PDF

Louisville School Board Thank-you for "Blessings in a Backpack" donation   Download PDF

Septermber, 2007 Recycling Today Magazine Cover Story   Download PDF

Atlanta Business Chronicle Cover Story - Strategies Section - October 12, 2007   Download PDF

Pull-A-Part contributes to Augusta, GA Boys and Girls Clubs   Download PDF

Memphis Daily News announces Pull-A-Part's Tennessee Chamber of Commerce Environmental Awards   Download PDF

Pull-A-Part receives notice of another 1st Place Award from Keep Georgia Beautiful from Georgia Department of Community Affairs Commissioner Mike Beatty   Download PDF

Georgia Lt. Governor Casey Cagle speaks about Pull-A-Part at the Georgia Capitol's 2008 Sustainable Business Day   Watch Video

Louisville neighbor, Linda Duncan on Pull-A-Part's community involvement   Watch Video

DeKalb County GA Firefighter Brad Venu on "jaws of life" training at Pull-A-Part   Watch Video

Former Birmingham City Councilmember Gwenn Sykes on Pull-A-Part's support of the community   Watch Video

Letter from US EPA Director of Hazardous Waste Minimization and Management Division, James Berlow, thanking Pull-A-Part for its hosting of the Millionth Mercury Switch Removal Event.   Download PDF

Charlotte, NC Fire Department thanks Pull-a-Part for providing life-saving extrication training opportunity   Download PDF

The City of Augusta declare April 25,2007 "Extrication Training Day" in recognizing Pull-A-Part and the Augusta Fire department for the efforts, through trainings done at Pull-A-Part, in improving public safety and helping the training of the fire department's life saving efforts   Download PDF

Pull-A-Part contributes to Augusta, GA Boys and Girls Clubs   Download PDF