NAPA AUTO PARTS Group Executives Present a Check for $350,000 to IFHF

Jason Rainey (Senior Market Manager, NAPA Under Car & Electrical Categories), Dan Langdon (President, East Penn Batteries), Dan Askey (Senior Vice President, Sales), SSG Phillips Casey, USA (Wounded Hero), Natasha Casey, Dave Winters (President, IFHF), Lee Maher (Executive Vice President, U.S. Automotive Parts Group), Steve Schwan (General Manager, Electrical Sales Group), Trey Smart (Executive Vice President, BBB Industries), Paul Donahue (President, U.S. Automotive Parts Group)
Not pictured: Mike Carr (Vice President North America Battery Sales, Johnson Controls Incorporated), Whitney Swingl (Product Manage, NAPA Electrical Categories)

The impressive contribution represents the successful “Get back and Give Back” program NAPA and its dealerships ran throughout the busy travel month of July, 2012. NAPA customers received up to a $25 mail-in rebate for every battery, alternator, and starter they purchased, which they could choose to donate all or a portion of to IFHF. Additionally, NAPA donated $1 to IFHF for each redeemed rebate.

“NAPA is proud to support the Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund and the important work that they do for the incredible men and women of the Armed forces and their families,” said Gaylord Spencer, Vice President of Marketing Strategy, NAPA AUTO PARTS.

NAPA ( was founded in 1925 to meet America’s growing need for an auto parts distribution system. NAPA has grown to more than 6,000 NAPA AUTO PARTS stores, 64 distribution centers with more than 400,000 part numbers in inventory and more than 13,000 NAPA AutoCare and AutoCare Collision Centers nationwide.

Posted on October 22 2012 in News

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