4 Wheel Parts to Open Stores in Pennsylvania and Texas
4 Wheel Parts is set to open the doors at two new retail locations. The company will hold two different grand opening on Feb. 16 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and Odessa, Texas. The family-friendly events will feature giveaways, contests, exclusive discounts and a free BBQ lunch, according to the company.
Guests can also compete for gift cards and prizes by entering the jack-holding competition or the frozen T-shirt contest. They can also enter to win a Polaris SXS UTV.
At the Pittsburgh event, customers can attempt to beat the Marine in a feat of strength, test their cred in one of many Jeep trivia contests, or put the hammer down in the Berg Pedal Kart race.
In Texas, they can take part in the tire-flipping competition or risk their senses in the Buffalo Wild Wings hot wing challenge.
At both locations, one guest will walk away with a $1,000 4 Wheel Parts shopping spree.
A full staff of 4×4 experts will be on hand to offer advice on vehicle builds or products from brands, such as Warn, Road Armor, Pro Comp, Fox Racing Shox, Ranch Hand, Fishbone, Smittybilt, Off-Road, Rubicon Express, Bestop, Fab Fours, Mickey Thompson and Dick Cepek.
“With the addition of locations in western Pennsylvania and western Texas, 4WP recognizes the enthusiasm and passion of the American workers in the heart of the steel and oil industry,” said Greg Bolton, 4 Wheel Parts director store operations & development. “Consumers that have known the 4 Wheel Parts brand from retail locations in Cleveland, Columbiana, Dallas, San Antonio and Houston will now have local experts to provide sales and service, as well as share their love for the off-road lifestyle.”
“We are stoked to open our doors in the Steel City and for the massive off-road community here in western Pennsylvania,” said Pittsburgh store manager Jordan Cox. “We’ve put our amazing parts, service, knowledge and experience right at the community’s fingertips.”
A southern BBQ-style lunch will be served free of charge (while supplies last) and local off-road organizations will be in attendance supporting the event, including Wicked Jeeps and Misfit Jeep Club in Pennsylvania and the Rock Hard Jeep Club in Texas.