UAP announced that the Lacroix family has decided to join the NAPA banner.
As of September 26, the Laval, Saint-Eustache, Terrebonne, Boisbriand, and Mirabel stores will become NAPA Auto Parts associate stores.
Founded in 1977 by Jean-Guy Lacroix, the family business is now in its third generation of mechanics enthusiasts and is positioned as a key player in the aftermarket on Montreal’s North Shore. “We’re excited to join the NAPA banner and be a part of this national network of stores,” says Dany Lacroix, Co-Owner of the group. “NAPA has a strong brand that inspires confidence, and its team’s vision for the future will allow us to continue growing our business. In addition, our family’s customer-centric vision and emphasis on teamwork perfectly align with NAPA’s company values.”
“Over the course of generations, the Lacroix family has built a strong company that stands out in the region both in terms of the exceptional service it offers to its customers and its involvement in the community,” says Dominic Baribeau, Vice President of NAPA, Quebec region. “We are very proud to bring them on board and to be able to benefit from their vast experience and passion.”
The arrival of the Lacroix group brings to 127 the number of NAPA Auto Parts stores in Quebec and to 575 in Canada.