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Where is O'Reilly Auto Parts Corporate office Headquarters

O'Reilly Auto Parts Headquarters Address and Contact

O'Reilly Auto Parts Logo
  • Address: 233 S Patterson Ave, Springfield, MO 65802, USA
  • Phone Number: +1 417-862-2674
  • Fax Number: N/A
  • Email: N/A
  • Number of Employees: 80,000
  • Established: 1957
  • Founder: Charles H. O'Reilly
  • Key People: Gregory L. Henslee (CEO)

O'Reilly Auto Parts Headquarters Location & Directions

O'Reilly Auto Parts Headquarters Executive Team

Name

Title

Thomas G. McFall

Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice President of Finance

Brad W. Beckham

Senior Vice President of Eastern Store Operations & Sales

Byron Keith Childers

Senior Vice President of Western Store Operations & Sales

About O'Reilly Auto Parts, History and Headquarters Information

O'Reilly Automotive was incorporated in 1957 and is headquartered in Springfield, Missouri. They have shown tremendous growth from a single store in 1957 to 5,219 stores in 47 states. In 1978 they created and followed the dual-market business strategy that would maximize sales. In 1993, the company was launched as a public corporation. It trades on the NASDAQ market under the symbol ORLY. O’Reilly was quite popular among the people of the USA as the third largest auto parts chain in the year 2008. In 2017, this company inaugurated its 5,000th store and the number of workers rounded off to 75,000, who work in 47 different states including Alaska and Hawaii.

O'Reilly Auto Parts is an American retailer of automotive parts, tools, supplies, equipment, and accessories in the United States. It offers its products and services to its customers in the United States. They provide a wide variety of services and programs to its customers, such as used oil, oil filter and battery recycling; battery, wiper and bulb replacement; battery diagnostic testing; electrical and module testing; check engine light code extraction; loaner tool program; drum and rotor resurfacing; custom hydraulic hoses; professional paint shop mixing and related materials, and machine shops.

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  • Anna Clark says:

    My name is Anna Clark and I live in Huntsville Arkansas. I recently went to your store there and had ordered some parts which came back wrong and the ant tenant there refused to listen to me when he was told it was the wrong part then he told me not to argue with him or he would throw me out. I then left and went to auto zone to buy my parts. Pardon me but I was always taught that the first rule of business was that the customer was always right. If this is your policy you will lose a lot of business. No one wants to buy parts they don’t need. If it is not your way of doing business then you need to do something about the people in this store

     
  • Steve says:

    I had a battery issue or so I thought, Evidently my Alternator was going out. I went to 4 different O’reilly’s and picked up Alternators at 4 different locations after finding out that the remanufactured Alternators were crap. Each time changed them out and found out that each one was bad, Changed in the parking lot and one was worse then the other. So now I’m running around with a bad Alternator and spending time, gas just to rectify the problem. I was told that they must have received a bad batch but come on. All I got from one employee is I don’t know what to tell you and that he understood my frustrations. So it looks like I’m going to have to go to a competitor to fix my problem but now I’m out the initial cost for the first Alternator. Go figure

     
  • William C Steele says:

    I bought a battery from your store in Marble Falls Texas on 12/20/2020. I took a trip from Kingsland Texas to Kingwood Texas on May 21st and on arriving there and stoped at a fast food place. I went to leave and the battery was died. I had to buy a new battery to get home so I did and I had to exchange the died battery for the new one. When I got home went to the store that I bought the died battery showing the receipt for it and the receipt for the new one. I was told that they would not refund my money on the died battery because I need to bring the died back for a refund. Well that would be hard to due since the died battery was back in Kingwood and that is a four hour trip. I have told many of my friends about this and they said they would not shop at a store that did this to there customers. So I guess word would get around about your store from my friends. Myself I will not shop at your stores for any auto parts, I will go some place other auto part stores in my area.

     
  • Jesse says:

    I needed spark plugs for my Yamaha XV250 motorcycle and didn’t realize they sold me spark plugs for a WR250. I couldn’t tell the difference until after I installed them, since it ruined my engine. I was told they “would make it right.” They said they would order me a replacement engine and pay for the install. That was 3 months ago. No updates. No phone calls. Nothing. I’ve since bought a replacement engine on my own. $7 worth of spark plugs cost me over $900 in damages. I want my money back for the negligence of your employee.

     
  • Fluffy Transport says:

    As a commercial account customer that owns a rescue dog transport company, I need parts to work. 2 weeks ago I put a set of master pro quick struts on my van. With In that week a 2nd set of master pro then a set of monroe. Each set had my van riding 2+ inches lower. For the last week I’ve been broke down in your johnstown, oh parking lot til today. With the very rude customer service of Stacey Watson I was going to get towed. Then me on the streets of a town I dont know. Your management team said they would have a mechanic come look at it 5 days ago, never happened.i used all my towing with my insurance this year cause of your struts. With the springs pushing downwards messed up my rack, and pinion, axels, tie rods, sway bar, and my power streering pump went out in your parking lot. As I was leaving to park alot away, the transmission was having issues going forward.
    And before the struts, the van was just a little bouncy in the front from old strut. And I can prove it.
    Raymond Mills
    Fluffy Transport
    facebook.com/groups/thefluffyshow

     
  • Craig says:

    I ordered a part and paid the extra shipping cost and I’ve been waiting 3days from when it was to be at the store. Every day I went in the store they said someone would call me that night and I never received a call from no one, I buy alot of parts for my cars there, this is the worst service I ever had . I should be reimbursed for the extra cost. I will not be buying my parts from any of your stores and I will be letting my car show buddies about you service I received, my wife also deals in PR.

     
  • Susan & David Hall says:

    Please make sure Larry O’Reilly gets this please

     
  • Susan & David Hall says:

    We are so thankful for all O’Reilly did for us when my husband, David Hall, had a stroke back in Feb. ’96. He still received a pay check for several months. We want to thank Larry O’Reilly & the O’Reilly
    family for all they did for him. They knew David from working at the parts store in Richland, before
    going to the Lebanon store.

     
  • Megan says:

    Oreilly’s is a sham of a company don’t treat their employees worth a crap, and the ones they hire as managers are incompetent and harass female customers

     
    • Roger says:

      Customers are also not treated worth a damn…We bought a battery, it would not hold a charge, you gave us another battery and it would not hold a charge, we want our money back, not another battery that will not hold a charge! That is how you would make it right! Do corporate managers not understand this concept??? We want a good battery and we need our money back so we can get a battery that will perform and hold a charge, its simple really…just make it right!!!

       
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