Automotive Parts Headquarters raised more than $200,000 for WACOSA during its annual chili cook-off. This the largest amount raised at the annual event hoseted by APH in partnership with more than 50 manufacturers’ representatives.
A total of $203,000 was raised for WACOSA. “We are incredibly honored to be the annual recipient of this incredible donation,” said Steve Howard, executive director of WACOSA. “This effort, led yearly by APH’s supplier partners, provides us with the resources to assist hundreds of individuals with barriers in their lives to make future dreams reality.”
“I’m amazed by the support we’ve received,” said Corey Bartlett, president and CEO of APH. “Surpassing this years goal of $200,000 peaks volumes about the generosity of industry. Every dollar raised will go a long way towards advancing WACOSA’s mission.”
St. Cloud-based APH is a third generation family-owned aftermarket auto parts distributor. APH was established in 1920 in Minneapolis, as National Bushing & Parts Company, and today operates Auto Value stores troughout Minnesota, Wisconsin, North Dokota, South Dakota, Michingan and Montana.