Summit Racing Equipment Plans Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas Distribution Hub
According to company officials the distribution hub will allow its “customers in most of Texas and adjacent states will enjoy one-day delivery on orders for in-stock parts. The new Distribution Center is designed to process orders quickly and efficiently. It will be large enough to stock thousands of parts from over 1,200 manufacturers, ready for immediate delivery.”
“Summit Racing is committed to providing our customers with the best possible service, and that includes fast shipping and delivery,” explained Nan Gelhard, Summit Racing Advertising Manager. “With the addition of our Texas facility, we will have four Distribution Centers. We will be able to deliver parts to more customers in the continental U.S. in just one to two days.”
Construction of Summit Racing’s Texas facility is scheduled for early fall 2016. The company plans to ship orders from the new Distribution Center starting in mid-2017.
The Retail Super Store will be a destination for performance enthusiasts in the region. It will have 32,000 square feet of display space for parts, tools, and accessories for racing, street performance, trucks and off-road vehicles, restoration, late model vehicles, ATVs and UTVs, and motorcycles.
“The Retail Super Store gives customers the opportunity to see parts in person and talk directly with a tech adviser about their projects,” Gelhard continued. “You can place an order on the SummitRacing.com website and pick it up in the store. If you’re visiting from out of town, you can order at the store and have it shipped to your home.”The Retail Super Store will open in mid-2017.
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