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1-800 Radiator & A/C Added to Sherwin-Williams A-Plus Network Member Services

As a member of the Network, A-Plus members will now be eligible to receive A-Plus Reward points when they purchase directly from 1-800 Radiator & A/C.

Sherwin-Williams Automotive Finishes A-Plus Network announced a new affiliation with 1-800 Radiator & A/C, headquartered in Benicia, Calif. As a member of the Network, A-Plus members will now be eligible to receive A-Plus Reward points when they purchase directly from 1-800 Radiator & A/C.

For more than 25 years, 1-800-Radiator & A/C says it has been supplying collision repair shops with a variety of Tier 1 OE and OE quality parts including: radiators, condensers, cooling fans, complete air conditioning kits and automotive lighting in select markets. 1-800 Radiator & A/C provides a lifetime guaranty for every part, and with more than 200 locally owned and operated warehouses throughout North America, offers same-day, "hot-shot" delivery or free overnight shipping throughout the U.S.

1-800 Radiator & A/C says it is a committed partner to the collision repair industry and a dedicated corporate sponsor of the SCRS, NABC and many other state and local industry associations.

"We are pleased to team with 1-800-Radiator & A/C in continuing to provide our A-Plus Network members more value-added products and services to their respective collision repair facilities," says Troy Neuerburg, manager of Marketing Business Services at Sherwin-Williams Automotive Finishes. "Like the many partnerships we’ve established with other collision repair industry suppliers, we are always looking for ways to add beneficial services to the A-Plus membership."  


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