Midnight Trucking Radio Network Applauds Alliance Parts
Host Eric Harley Commends Alliance Parts for Its Commitment to Owner-Operators
PORTLAND, Ore., March 19, 2007 — Alliance Parts is riding the airwaves across North America with the Midnight Trucking Radio Network. Alliance Parts, the Freightliner LLC aftermarket private label brand, has teamed up with Eric Harley, host of the Midnight Trucking Radio Network, in an endorsement campaign promoting smart business choices for independent owner-operators.
“Alliance Parts have proven to be the best value for all-makes parts out on the highways of North America,” said Harley. “That makes Alliance, with its extensive line of both new and remanufactured products, perfect for our program’s listeners. We focus on topics that are important to independents as well as fleet drivers. Like Alliance Parts, our program content is designed to keep them running safely and efficiently.”
“Drivers will also find a tremendous wealth of product information online at www.alliancebrandparts.com” said Harley. The Alliance Parts website features an online catalog with cross-reference guides to easily identify Alliance parts and accessories for all makes and models of class 5-8 vehicles. The site also includes a dealer locator that provides contact information, services offered, hours of operation, directions and special offers at more than 1,000 retail locations with warranty coverage throughout the U.S. and Canada.
“We’re proud of our participation with the Midnight Trucking Radio Network,” said Bill Landreth, Director, Parts and Service Marketing at Freightliner LLC. “The show is a great resource for owner-operators and fleet drivers alike, covering issues that are important to them out on the road. These are exactly the people our quality line of reliable and affordable parts is manufactured for.”
Freightliner LLC, headquartered in Portland, Oregon, is the leading heavy-duty truck manufacturer in North America. Freightliner LLC produces and markets Class 3-8 trucks and is a company of DaimlerChrysler, the world's largest commercial vehicle manufacturer.