Economic Impact

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.   Download PDF

Pull-A-Part Acquires Texas And Arizona Used Auto Parts Businesses   Download PDF

Kentucky Honors Pull-A-Part For Environmental Leadership   Download PDF

Pull-A-Part Acquires Third Used Auto Parts Business In Texas   Download PDF

State Of Indiana Honors Pull-A-Part For Environmental Leadership   Download PDF


Cleveland NBC Affiliate, WKYC features Pull-A-Part and it's customers   Watch Video

“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

"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'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   Download PDF

The Gwinnett Business Journal laud's Pull-A-Part for it's economic impact, efforts for improving the environment and community   Download PDF

Pull-A-Part annouces its exciting expansion plans!   Download PDF

Georgia's secretary of state recognizes Pull-A-Part on their Family Business of the Year award   Download PDF

Septermber, 2007 Recycling Today Magazine Cover Story   Download PDF

Pull-A-Part wins 5 Tennessee Chamber of Commerce 2007 Envronmental Awards   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

US EPA Administrator Stephen Johnson on Pull-A-Part's accelerated pace of environmental protection and sustainability   Watch Video

Polly Sattler, Sustainable Business Partners President, on Pull-A-Part as a sustainable business   Watch Video

Polly Sattler, Sustainable Business Partners President, on the reality of Pull-A-Part versus peoples initial perceptions   Watch Video

Region 4 US EPA Deputy Administrator, Russ Wright at Georgia Capitol, says Pull-A-Part places the Environment first,   Watch Video

Birmingham Economic Development Director, Griffin Lassiter, on Pull-A-Part's follow-through on commitments   Watch Video

Former Birmingham City Councilmember Gwenn Sykes on Pull-A-Part's keeping promises and performance   Watch Video