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U.S. Communities Announces New Contract for Auto Parts and Accessories

January 13, 2017
U.S. Communities, the League of California Cities® and the California State Association of Counties sponsored government purchasing alliance, is excited to continue a partnership with Advance Auto Parts through the award of the auto parts and accessories contract.
 
This exclusive contract was awarded by lead public agency, city of Charlotte, North Carolina. The contract began Jan. 1 for a three-year term with the option to extend the contract for two additional two-year periods.
 
“As part of the competitive re-solicitation, Advance was selected based on their proposal which offered a great value and the most advantageous solution for public agencies to procure quality automotive products and services at competitive prices,” said Karen Ewing, deputy chief procurement officer for the city of Charlotte, North Carolina. Start ordering with this new contract to take advantage of 600,000 products with competitive pricing that includes tiered volume discounts.
 
To learn more, register for a complimentary 30-minute webinar or contact U.S. Communities for additional information.
 
Webinars
 
Tuesday, Jan. 24, 8 a.m.
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Wednesday, Jan. 25, 10 a.m.
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For additional information on Experian or the U.S. Communities Government Purchasing Alliance visit www.uscommunities.org or contact Amanda Cadelago with the League at (916) 658-8226.
 
About U.S. Communities
 
The U.S. Communities Government Purchasing Alliance, a strategic partner of the League of California Cities, is a government purchasing cooperative that reduces the cost of goods and services by aggregating the purchasing power of public agencies nationwide. U.S. Communities provides world class procurement resources and solutions to local and state government agencies, school districts (K-12), higher education, and nonprofits. State and local governments have access to a broad line of competitively solicited contracts with best in class national suppliers.


 
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