NAPA Auto Parts Genuine Parts Company
8 Fairfax St SE
Leesburg,  VA  20175
(703) 777-2055
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Mon-Fri:7:30 AM-7:00 PM
Sat:8:00 AM-5:00 PM
Sun:9:00 AM-5:00 PM
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About NAPA

NAPA Stores

NAPA Auto Parts 1936
The first NAPA Auto Parts store, which opened
in 1936.

In 1925, a group of independent auto parts sellers met in Detroit to form the National Automotive Parts Association. Their mission was simple: Improve the distribution of auto parts to serve the people and businesses who increasingly relied on cars and trucks for their transportation needs.

NAPA stores and warehouses, which were owned by a variety of member companies at the time, quickly became the go-to sources for parts. Carlyle Fraser, founder of Genuine Parts Company, served as a key NAPA contributor in its early years.

Across the decades, Genuine Parts began to acquire the other NAPA member companies, and in 2012 became the last remaining member of NAPA, a brand with a reputation for quality parts, rapid availability, and knowledgeable people. Today, the NAPA Network offers 500,000+ unique parts, distributed across 57 distribution centers, 6,000+ NAPA Auto Parts stores and 16,000+ NAPA Auto Care centers throughout the United States.

Today, NAPA Auto Parts stores and Auto Care centers continue to connect professional automotive technicians, at-home mechanics and everyday drivers with quality parts, aftermarket accessories and car care products to keep their vehicles and garage equipment performing safely and efficiently.

This website is property of, and operated by, Genuine Parts Company. The trademarks, logos, service marks, and trade names (collectively the “trademarks”) displayed on the Sites and Apps are registered and unregistered trademarks of National Automotive Parts Association LLC (NAPA). NAPA licenses trademarks, logos, service marks, and trade names to its member organizations for their use. NAPA does not manufacture, distribute, sell, or supply any product or automotive part. NAPA is a membership association that provides services to its members.

About NAPA

NAPA Stores

NAPA Auto Parts 1936
The first NAPA Auto Parts store, which opened
in 1936.

In 1925, a group of independent auto parts sellers met in Detroit to form the National Automotive Parts Association. Their mission was simple: Improve the distribution of auto parts to serve the people and businesses who increasingly relied on cars and trucks for their transportation needs.

NAPA stores and warehouses, which were owned by a variety of member companies at the time, quickly became the go-to sources for parts. Carlyle Fraser, founder of Genuine Parts Company, served as a key NAPA contributor in its early years.

Across the decades, Genuine Parts began to acquire the other NAPA member companies, and in 2012 became the last remaining member of NAPA, a brand with a reputation for quality parts, rapid availability, and knowledgeable people. Today, the NAPA Network offers 500,000+ unique parts, distributed across 57 distribution centers, 6,000+ NAPA Auto Parts stores and 16,000+ NAPA Auto Care centers throughout the United States.

Today, NAPA Auto Parts stores and Auto Care centers continue to connect professional automotive technicians, at-home mechanics and everyday drivers with quality parts, aftermarket accessories and car care products to keep their vehicles and garage equipment performing safely and efficiently.

This website is property of, and operated by, Genuine Parts Company. The trademarks, logos, service marks, and trade names (collectively the “trademarks”) displayed on the Sites and Apps are registered and unregistered trademarks of National Automotive Parts Association LLC (NAPA). NAPA licenses trademarks, logos, service marks, and trade names to its member organizations for their use. NAPA does not manufacture, distribute, sell, or supply any product or automotive part. NAPA is a membership association that provides services to its members.