Oreilly auto.parts

By Rachel Madison

A new auto parts store is making its way to Liberty Hill this summer.

O’Reilly Auto Parts, which is headquartered in Springfield, Mo., and was founded in 1957, is a dominant supplier of auto parts across the United States and Mexico.

Michael Jurgensmeyer, the project administrator for the Liberty Hill store, said construction began this week, and as long as all goes well with the construction timeline, the store should have its grand opening in August. Site prep is currently underway.

“This store will be number 6,120—we have a presence in all 50 states,” he added. “This store will have everything O’Reilly’s typically offers, like battery testing, car parts and accessories, and things like that.”

The new store will be considered part of the Highway 29 Business Plaza, and will specifically be located at 80 Independence Drive, at the northeast corner of Independence Drive and West SH 29.

The size of the store will be approximately 7,400 square feet and it will have 35 parking spaces. The site is approximately two acres in size. According to the City of Liberty Hill, the property was platted in 2006 and is currently zoned general commercial/retail. The development application for O’Reilly Auto Parts was formally submitted in November 2018.

Jurgensmeyer said O’Reilly Auto Parts decided to open a store in Liberty Hill because corporate saw an opportunity to serve a great market.

“We wanted to bring out our brand of professional parts and people to Liberty Hill,” he said. “I don’t pick the sites—I come in after the sites are picked and get them going—but definitely being in a growing area is taken into account when looking at new store sites.”

Jurgensmeyer added that O’Reilly Auto Parts is excited to come to Liberty Hill so that it can offer its customers professional installations, high quality service and good prices on auto parts.

“Our brand is all about being helpful, friendly and doing whatever we can to get people back on the road,” he said. “We have knowledgeable employees who get trained beforehand to understand problems customers are facing and then take that back to figure out what could be wrong. Whether it’s the radiator leaking fluid or your starter going bad, we can help you figure that out and get you back on the road.”

For more information on O’Reilly Auto Parts, visit www.oreillyauto.com.

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How many laps is the O’Reilly Auto Part 253?

The DAYTONA Road Course is 3.61 miles (5.81 km) long and a 252.7-mile race that requires 70 laps to complete.

What date is the 2021 O’Reilly Auto Parts 253?

Sunday, February 21 2021.

What time is the 2021 O’Reilly Auto Parts 253?

The O’Reilly Auto Parts 253 will be at 3:00 PM ET.

What channel is the O’Reilly Auto Parts 253 on?

The O’Reilly Auto Parts 253 start time is 3:00 p.m. ET Sunday, February, 21. FOX will broadcast the race with radio coverage from MRN and SiriusXM NASCAR Radio.

Where is the O’Reilly Auto Parts 253 located?

The O’Reilly Auto Parts 253 is a 249-mile-long NASCAR Cup Series motor race held at Daytona International Speedway in Daytona Beach, Florida.

How many miles is the O’Reilly Auto Parts 253?

The O’Reilly Auto Parts 253 is 249 miles, equating to 400.72 kilometres.

When was the O’Reilly Auto Parts 253 first run?

The O’Reilly Auto Parts 253 was first run in 2020.  Chase Elliott is the defending winner of the race.

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O'Reilly Auto Parts

American automotive parts company

O’Reilly Auto Parts is an American auto parts retailer that provides automotive aftermarket parts, tools, supplies, equipment, and accessories in the United States serving both the professional service providers and do-it-yourself customers. Founded in 1957 by the O’Reilly family, the company operates more than 5,600 stores in 47 states, and 22 ORMA stores in Mexico.

History[edit]

O’Reilly Automotive, Inc. officially started in the auto parts business with one store in Springfield, Missouri, in December 1957.[5][6]

Michael Byrne O’Reilly immigrated to America in 1849, settling in St. Louis, he worked his way through school to earn a law degree, and then pursued a career as a title examiner.[5] His son, Charles Francis O’Reilly, attended college in St. Louis and went to work in 1914 as a traveling salesman for Fred Campbell Auto Supply in St. Louis. By 1924, Charles had become familiar with the Springfield area, having traveled by train to sell auto parts throughout the territory. By 1932, he had become manager of Link Motor Supply in Springfield, and one of his sons, Charles H. (Chub) O’Reilly, joined the company. Together they helped make Link the predominant auto parts store in the area.[5]

In 1957, Link planned a reorganization, which included the retirement of 72-year-old Charles F. O’Reilly, and the transfer of Chub O’Reilly to Kansas City. The two made the decision to form their own company, O’Reilly Automotive, Inc. They opened for business in Springfield on December 2, 1957, with one store and 13 employees. Their sales totaled $700,000 in 1958, their first full year of business. By 1961, the company’s volume had reached $1.3 million—the combined volume of O’Reilly Automotive and Ozark Automotive Distributors, a division formed to serve independent automotive jobbers in the area. In March 1975, annual sales volume rose to $7 million and a 52,000 square-foot facility was built for the O’Reilly/Ozark warehouse operation. By that time, the company had nine stores, all located in southwest Missouri.[5]

Expansion[edit]

On April 23, 1993, the company completed an initial public offering, and it now trades on the NASDAQ market under the symbol ORLY. The company also has a stock purchase plan to enable as many full-time team members as possible to own stock in the company. Since March 2021, O'Reilly Automotive, Inc. operated more than 5,600 stores in 47 states, including Alaska and Hawaii.[6]

Mergers and acquisitions[edit]

On January 30, 1998, O'Reilly merged with Hi/LO Auto Supply, adding 182 auto parts stores in Texas and Louisiana, as well as a distribution center in Houston.[7] The Hi/LO acquisition made O’Reilly one of the top 10 auto parts chains in the country. On April 25, 2000, the firm announced the purchase of KarPro Auto Parts, which included a 66,000 square foot distribution center in Little Rock, Arkansas, and 14 KarPro stores.[8]

On October 1, 2001, O'Reilly purchased Mid-State Automotive Distributors, Inc., adding 82 additional auto parts stores in seven states, as well as two distribution centers.[9] The acquisition made the firm one of the top five auto parts chains in the country. It added its eleventh distribution center in Atlanta, Georgia in March 2005.

On May 31, 2005, O'Reilly purchased Midwest Automotive Distributors, Inc., adding 72 retail locations in Minnesota, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Wisconsin, and Wyoming, as well as two distribution centers located in Minnesota and Montana.

On July 11, 2008, the company completed the largest acquisition in its history with the purchase of CSK Auto, adding 1,273 stores in 12 states.[10] This, combined with past acquisitions, made O’Reilly the third largest auto parts chain in the country after Advance Auto Parts and AutoZone.[citation needed]

In December 2012, O'Reilly announced it was purchasing the auto parts business of VIP Parts, Tires and Service, a Lewiston, Maine-based chain of 56 auto parts stores and service centers with locations in Maine, New Hampshire, and Massachusetts, and one distribution center in Maine. The purchase marked the firm’s expansion into New England.[11]

On October 26, 2016, O'Reilly announced that it was acquiring Bond Auto Parts, a 51-store chain headquartered in Vermont with locations in New Hampshire, Massachusetts, and New York as well.[12]

On November 13, 2018, O'Reilly announced that it was acquiring Florida-based Bennett Auto Supply, a 33-store chain headquartered in Pompano Beach.

On August 20, 2019, O'Reilly Auto announced it would be acquiring Mayasa Auto Parts. This marks the company's first venture into international markets. Mayasa has five distribution centers, 20 company stores, and more than 2000 independent jobber locations throughout Mexico.[13]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

Notes
  1. ^"Contact Us". O'Reilly Auto Parts.
  2. ^ abcdefghijklm"O REILLY AUTOMOTIVE INC 2015 Annual Report Form (10-K)"(XBRL). United States Securities and Exchange Commission. February 26, 2016.
  3. ^ ab"O REILLY AUTOMOTIVE INC 2015 Annual Report Form (10-K)"(XBRL). United States Securities and Exchange Commission. February 26, 2016.
  4. ^"O'Reilly Automotive". Fortune. Retrieved 2018-12-04.
  5. ^ abcd"The O'Reilly Story". O'Reilly Auto Parts. Archived from the original on December 25, 2017. Retrieved December 24, 2017.
  6. ^ ab"Corporate Information: General Info". O’Reilly Auto Parts, Corporate. Retrieved 2018-07-25.
  7. ^Elder, Laura (December 28, 1997) Rejecting Discount, Hi-Lo finds new buyer for its retail operationHouston Business Journal
  8. ^O'Reilly Automotive Announces Purchase of KarPro Auto Parts theautochannel.com
  9. ^News, Bloomberg (2001-08-10). "COMPANY NEWS; O'REILLY TO BUY MID-STATE AUTOMOTIVE FOR $46.2 MILLION". The New York Times. ISSN 0362-4331. Retrieved 2021-07-13.
  10. ^"O'Reilly Automotive to Buy CSK Auto for $528 Million". Bloomberg. April 1, 2008.
  11. ^O'Reilly purchasing VIP Auto's parts assets Tire Business, December 18, 2012
  12. ^"O'Reilly Automotive, Inc. Reports Third Quarter 2016 Results and Announces Purchase Agreement With Bond Auto Parts"(PDF) (Press release). October 26, 2016.
  13. ^(Press Release) O’Reilly Automotive, Inc. to Acquire Mayasa Auto Parts Headquartered in Guadalajara, Mexico
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