Grand Opening Of LMC Truck Retail Store
LMC Truck in Lenexa, Kansas showed off their new City Pickup Counter, where local customers have the option of stopping by to pick up their truck parts. More than 250 people attended the grand opening on June 14th. Customers displayed their trucks and registered for prizes every 1/2 hour, plus a chance at the grand prize drawing for a $250.00 gift certificate to LMC Truck. The City Pickup Counter more than doubled in size to more than 2,000 square feet displaying two trucks and a variety of parts and accessories.
LMC Truck offers 20 free illustrated truck and SUV parts and accessories catalogs for Chevy, GMC, Dodge, and Ford. These catalogs make it easy to repair or restore your 1947-2006 Chevrolet / GMC, 1948-2008 Ford, and 1994-2008 Dodge. The catalog illustrations are detailed and in a schematic format so you can get the job done right! LMC Truck stocks more than 30,000 different parts so you can get what you need, when you need it. Ordering is simple, local customers in the Kansas City area can stop by the City Pickup Counter and pick up what you need right then and there from their huge inventory.
LMC Truck is the World's Truck & SUV Parts Source. An established company supplying automotive parts for over 25 years, LMC Truck is here to help you restore or repair your Chevy, GMC, Ford, and Dodge Truck or SUV. For more information or to order a catalog, visit the web site: www.LMCTruck.com or call (800)LMC-TRUCK.
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