Pull-A-Part recognized again in 2010 as TOP 25 by leading industry publication, UPFRONT/Locator magazine.Download PDF
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
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 programDownload PDF
Clips from EPA press event at Pull-A-Part commemorating the removal of the one millionth automotive mercury switch.
TV coverage of Pull-A-Part's "Jaws of Life" training in Knoxville.
Cleveland NBC Affiliate, WKYC features Pull-A-Part and its customers.
US Senator Saxby Chambliss on partnership between Pull-A-Part and US EPA
US Senator Johnny Isakson, on Pull-A-Part's hosting of the EPA event removing the 1 millionth vehicle mercury switch, and Pull-A-Part's environmental achievements.
US Senator Johnny Isakson on Pull-A-Part's appearance, recycling, and environmental activities
DeKalb County, GA Police Officer Don Jameson on crime reduction impacts of Pull-A-Part.
Georgia Lt. Governor Casey Cagle speaks about Pull-A-Part at the Georgia Capitol's 2008 Sustainable Business Day.
Birmingham Economic Development Director, Griffin Lassiter, on Pull-A-Part's follow-through on commitments
Polly Sattler, Sustainable Business Partners President, on the reality of Pull-A-Part versus peoples initial perceptions.
Former Deputy Police Chief of Atlanta, Louis Arcangeli, on safety.
Louisville Police Officer Scott Sturgeon, on crime prevention at Pull-A-Part.
Louisville Police Officer Scott Sturgeon, on Pull-A-Part's design for crime prevention
Polly Sattler, Sustainable Business Partners President, on Pull-A-Part as a sustainable business.
Louisville Police Officer Scott Sturgeon - "Pull-A-Part's not a junkyard..."
Former Birmingham City Council Member Gwenn Sykes on her visit to Pull-A-Part.
Louisville, KY City Councilmember Vicki Welch, on her visit, with neighbors, to Pull-A-Part.
John Gilkeson, Minnesota Pollution Control Agency, on his impressions of Pull-A-Part.
Georgia State Representative Lynn Smith, Chair of House Environment and Natural Resources Committee, on Pull-a-Part at Sustainable Business Day at the Georgia Capitol, 2008.
Louisville Police Officer Scott Sturgeon on Pull-a-Part's community involvement.
John Gilkeson, Minnesota Pollution Control Agency, on Pull-A-Part's proper handling of end of life vehicles.
Former Birmingham City Councilmember Gwenn Sykes on Pull-A-Part's keeping promises and performance.
John Gilkeson, Minnesota Pollution Control Agency, talks about how Pull-A-Part and its handling of fluids is different from parts yards he's used to seeing.
Louisville, KY City Councilmember Vicki Welch, on Pull-A-Part's compatibility with her neighborhood.
Louisville, KY City Councilmember Vicki Welch, on Pull-A-Part's community involvement and contributions.
DeKalb County GA Firefighter Brad Venu on "jaws of life" training at Pull-A-Part.
Former Birmingham City Councilmember Gwenn Sykes on Pull-A-Part's support of the community.
US EPA Administrator Stephen Johnson on Pull-A-Part's accelerated pace of environmental protection and sustainability.
Region 4 US EPA Deputy Administrator, Russ Wright, at Georgia Capitol, on Pull-A-Part's selection by EPA as the location to pull the 1 millionth vehicle mercury switch.
US EPA Administrator Stephen Johnson on Pull-A-Part's recovery of the 1 millionth vehicle mercury switch and Pull-a-Part's top environmental performance through its membership in the elite EPA partnership, Performance Track.
Region 4 US EPA Deputy Administrator, Russ Wright, at Georgia Capitol, announcing Pull-A-Part's joining the EPA's National Partnership for Environmental Priorities.
LeRoy Bishop, PE, on lack of noise from Pull-A-Part facilities, based on his site studies.
Region 4 US EPA Deputy Administrator, Russ Wright at Georgia Capitol, says Pull-A-Part places the Environment first.
Testimony of Louisville neighbor and retired environmental engineer, Robert Davidson before the Louisville Board of Zoning Adjustment, on Pull-A-Part's environmental practices
Testimony of Louisville neighbor and School Board Member, Linda Duncan before the Louisville Board of Zoning Adjustment, on Pull-A-Part's process of working with the neighborhood.
Testimony of Louisville neighbor and Yorktown North Homeowners Association President, Dr. Charles Owen before the Louisville Board of Zoning Adjustment, on his personal visit to Pull-A-Part's Nashville facility.
Louisville neighbor Linda Duncan on her visit to Pull-A-Part in Nashville.
Louisville neighbor, Linda Duncan, on working with Pull-A-Part in the planning stages of the development.
Dr. Charles Owen, neighborhood president in Louisville, on appearance and safety of Pull-A-Part.
Atlanta North neighbor, Juan Ramirez, on Pull-A-Part as a neighbor.
Linda Duncan on Pull-A-Part's award-winning environmental record.
Louisville neighbor and Yorktown North Homeowners Association President, Dr. Charles Owen on Pull-A-Part as a neighbor, a year after opening.
Louisville neighbor, Linda Duncan on Pull-A-Part's community involvement.
Atlanta customer Donald Foster on cleanliness of Pull-A-Part.
Atlanta customer Donald Foster, on how he and his wife have put three children through college by pulling parts at Pull-A-Part, and reselling them on eBay.
Atlanta customer, Andy Clutter.
Louisville customer Jim Yoder on his experience at Pull-A-Part.
Comments from Louisville customer, Jeremy Catlett.
Atlanta customer Andy Clutter on Pull-A-Part's environmental practices.
More comments from Louisville customer, Jeremy Catlett.
Atlanta customer Timothy Body on his experience at Pull-A-Part.
Letter from US EPA Region IV Administrator Jimmy Palmer.Download PDF
“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 even more private.” - Risa Kennedy, neighbor, Atlanta, GA.
“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.
"It's clean and It's neat.... I think it provides a service to the community...it is just so neat and well done over here, I just couldn't imagine any community not wanting one" - Donald Farmer and Krist Foster - Atlanta, GA
“By simply walking around their lot, the area was visibly cleaner than some grocery stores I’ve been in.”
- The Story Group – Atlanta, GA
Atlanta Business Chronicle recognizes Pull-A-Part co-owner Ross Kogon in Top 40 under 40.
“it’s different and very pleasing. I have had the opportunity to visit several junkyards – as we used to call them – and they were all in disarray and the land was polluted with oil, and transmission fluid. Pull-A-Part makes sure that doesn’t happen. I think Pull-A-Part is unique.” - George Maddox, Ga state representative and former chair of Georgia Clean and Beautiful.
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
"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.
“Our Keep America Beautiful affiliates work toward creating clean, litter free, orderly communities, so we were very encouraged today to see that Pull-A-Part operates a model company with its clean, extra neat, litter free grounds and its protective screening from the neighbors. Pull-A-Part is certainly a desired partner for us because of its commitment to the environment and the communities it serves" -- Lynn Cobb, Keep Georgia Beautiful Director
Dear Pull-A-Part: Augusta Fire Department would like to express our appreciation for the A+ service; that you all contributed to our Vehicle Extrication Training in April 2007. Your site was very clean and organized. And we had at our access plenty of cars to use for our training on your auto parts site in Augusta, Georgia. The Manager of the Augusta location, Mark Maphet provided the best hospitality that any one could ask for. Again, thanks for the first class support of the Augusta Fire
Louisville School Board Thank-you for "Blessings in a Backpack" donation.Download PDF