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AllDayParts.com Joins Cassill At Kansas
Posted by: newsla on Oct 05, 2013 - 02:24 PM
AllDayParts.com Joins Cassill At Kansas

AllDayParts.com, which offers a unique approach to making automobile parts available to everyone from shadetree mechanics to professionals, has joined Nationwide Series driver Landon Cassill for Saturday’s Kansas Lottery 300 race at Kansas Speedway.


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AllDayParts.com will sponsor Cassill’s No. 4 JD Motorsports with Gary Keller Chevrolet in the race, one of the featured events of the final portion of the Nationwide schedule.

For more than six decades, AllDayParts warehouses have quietly supplied professional mechanics with high quality auto parts from the best brands in the industry. Now, that same level of service is available to do-it-yourselfers direct through AllDayParts.com. Whether you are a shadetree mechanic or just enjoy turning a wrench on the weekend, AllDayParts.com offers millions of car and truck parts – all for a fair price.

While the concept of an auto parts website is nothing new, there are some key things that make AllDayParts.com a better way to buy auto parts.

-- The site was done by car people for car people. Their in-house customer service team is A.S.E. Certified, which makes them experts when it comes to parts and the right way to install them. If you’ve got a parts question, the ASE Certified customer service team at AllDayParts.com has the answer.

-- AllDayParts.com stocks and ships everything they sell and they never rely on drop-shippers. This means if it says it’s in stock, it really is in stock. You’ll not only get the parts you need fast, you’ll also have zero runaround if you need to do a return or an exchange.

-- Returns are hassle-free at AllDayParts.com. If you need to return a part for any reason, not only will they cover the cost of return shipping, you will never – ever – be charged a re-stocking fee.

“AllDayParts.com is thrilled to be supporting Landon Cassill and JD Motorsports in this weekend’s Kansas Lottery 300 Nationwide Series Race at Kansas Speedway,” said Tony Meirovitz of AllDayParts.com. “It’s no secret that Landon’s a fan favorite and his likable personality, light-hearted spirit and passion for all things automotive both on and off the race track align well with what AllDayParts.com is all about.”.

Fans can participate in AllDayParts.com’s NASCAR arrival by saving 25 percent off their entire order at www.alldayparts.com by entering the promo code LANDON25 at checkout.

“We’re excited to have AllDayParts.com on board for the race,” Cassill said. “I can’t think of a better partnership. All of us here are car guys, so we understand the importance of quality and service when it comes to working on our vehicles. AllDayParts is No. 1 when it comes to quality and service. We’re looking forward to a big race day with them.”

The Kansas Lottery 300 is scheduled at 3:30 p.m. (ET) today.

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