Omix-ADA celebrates 20 years in Jeep community with charitable donations

Nov 23, 2012

Suwanee, Ga.-based Omix-ADA, a manufacturer of Jeep, truck and offroad parts, accessories and floor liners will celebrate its 20th anniversary beginning in 2013 by donating $200,000 to a variety of nonprofit causes important to Jeep owners and the offroad industry.

According to a company press release, the $200,000 will be split into four $50,000 pledges. The first $50,000 will be donated to a nonprofit organization or cause in honor of Jeep owners; the second will be donated to a nonprofit organization or cause in honor of Omix-ADA employees and customers; a third will go to a nonprofit or cause in honor of the offroad media, SEMA and other organizations; the remaining $50,000 will be donated to a variety of nonprofit organizations and causes selected by Omix-ADA.

The detailed format of selecting the receiving nonprofit organizations or cause for each group will be announced early in the first quarter of 2013, and three of the $50,000 checks will be presented to the selected recipients during the 2013 SEMA Show.

Omix-ADA will also celebrate its milestone by hosting several monthly and quarterly contests and promotions for its customers, including a Jeep Wrangler outfitted with Omix-ADA accessories.

“It’s been a wonderful 20 years, thanks to both the hard work dedication of the Omix-ADA team over the years and the gracious support of the Jeep and off-road community,” said Al Azadi, Omix-ADA president. “I’m excited to have the opportunity to give back in recognition of more than 80 Omix-ADA team members and those who have helped me achieve my dreams with Omix-ADA.”

Azadi, who immersed himself in Jeep culture at an early age at his father’s Jeep dealership, founded Omix-ADA to satisfy the need for hard-to-find restoration and replacement parts, as well as the latest accessories and performance products, the release stated.