1 4311 Locations And Growing! WASHINGTON 150 OREGON 57 CALIFORNIA 511 NEVADA 51 IDAHO 36 UTAH 59 ARIZONA 133 MONTANA 26 WYOMING 18 COLORADO 88 NEW MEXICO 45 NORTH DAKOTA 15 MINNESOTA 113 SOUTH DAKOTA 12 NEBRASKA 34 KANSAS 75 OKLAHOMA 116 IOWA 69 WISCONSIN 100 MISSOURI 190 ARKANSAS 103 MICHIGAN 126 ILLINOIS 165 INDIANA 108 OHIO 137 KENTUCKY 67 TENNESSEE 151 WEST VIRGINIA 5 PENNSYLVANIA 1 VIRGINIA 52 S. CAROLINA 83 N. CAROLINA 139 NH 18 MA 4 MAINE 35 MISSISSIPPI 73 ALABAMA 114 GEORGIA 178 TEXAS 614 LOUISIANA 99 ALASKA 14 Denotes Distribution Center FLORIDA 115 HAWAII 12 Go to for state by state listing of O Reilly locations. September 30, 2014
2 HISTORY OF O Reilly Automotive, Inc. O Reilly Automotive, Inc. officially started in the auto parts business in Springfield, Missouri, in November of However, its historical background in the automotive business, as well as the family's quest for opportunity and advancement, may be traced back to a much earlier time. Michael Byrne O Reilly immigrated to America in 1849, escaping from the hard times of the potato famine which struck Ireland in Settling in St. Louis, he worked his way through school to earn a law degree, and then pursued a career as a title examiner. His son, Charles Francis O Reilly, attended college in St. Louis and went to work in 1914 as a traveling salesman for Fred Campbell Auto Supply in St. Louis. By 1924, Charles had become familiar with the Springfield area, having traveled by train to sell auto parts throughout the territory. He recognized the region as an area of growth and opportunity and asked to be transferred there. By 1932, he had become manager of Link Motor Supply in Springfield, and one of his sons, Charles H. (Chub) O Reilly, joined the company. Together they provided the leadership and management that made Link the predominant auto parts store in the area. Looking back on a proud past... looking ahead to a great future! In 1957, Link planned a reorganization, which would have included the retirement of 72-year-old Charles F. O Reilly, and the transfer of Chub O Reilly to Kansas City. Since neither agreed with these plans, they made the decision to form their own company, O Reilly Automotive, Inc. They opened for business on December 2, 1957 with one store and 13 employees at 403 Sherman in Springfield. Their sales totalled $700,000 in 1958, their first full year of business. Due to the hard work and ability of the original employees, several of whom were stockholders in the company, the business grew and prospered from its very first year. By 1961, the company's volume had reached $1.3 million the combined volume of O Reilly Automotive and Ozark Automotive Distributors, a division formed to serve independent automotive jobbers in the area. In March of 1975, annual sales volume rose to $7 million, and a 52,000 square-foot facility at 233 S. Patterson was built for the O Reilly/Ozark warehouse operation. By that time, the company had nine stores, all located in southwest Missouri.
3 The long range plans and stability of the company were solidified by a public offering of company stock in April Since that time, the Company has grown through the opening of new stores, as well as through numerous mergers and acquisitions, and currently operates stores in 43 states, including Alaska and Hawaii. The company continues to plan for growth and expansion, projecting the addition of 200 new locations in Our Executive Management team Executive officers of the company include David O Reilly, Chairman of the Board; Greg Henslee, President and Chief Executive Officer; Tom McFall, Executive Vice President/Chief Financial Officer; Ted Wise, Executive Vice President of Expansion; and Jeff Shaw, Executive Vice President of Store Operations and Sales. Throughout this time the underlying spirit and philosophy of O'Reilly Automotive, Inc., has been one of growth and progress, both for the company and its team members. This remains the policy to which the company is dedicated today. CORPORATE MISSION STATEMENT "O'Reilly Automotive intends to be the dominant supplier of auto parts in our market areas by offering our retail customers, professional installers, and jobbers the best combination of price/quality provided with the highest possible service level. In order to accomplish this mission, O'Reilly will provide a benefit and compensation plan that will attract and keep the kind of people that will enable the company to reach its goals of growth and success.
4 FACTS AND FIGURES O Reilly Auto Parts refers to company-owned stores. Ozark Automotive refers to sales to independently-owned jobber customers. O Reilly/Ozark refers to the distribution centers and corporate offices, serving both O Reilly stores and Ozark jobber customers O Reilly Auto Parts was founded in 1957 and began with one store in Springfield, Missouri. There are currently 4,311 stores in 43 states: STATE #STORES STATE #STORES ALABAMA 114 LOUISIANA 99 ALASKA 14 MAINE 35 ARIZONA 133 MASSACHUSETTS 4 ARKANSAS 103 MICHIGAN 126 CALIFORNIA 511 MINNESOTA 113 COLORADO 88 MISSISSIPPI 73 FLORIDA 115 MISSOURI 190 GEORGIA 178 MONTANA 26 HAWAII 12 NEBRASKA 34 IDAHO 36 NEVADA 51 ILLINOIS 165 NEW HAMPSHIRE 18 INDIANA 108 NEW MEXICO 45 IOWA 69 NORTH CAROLINA 139 KANSAS 75 NORTH DAKOTA 15 KENTUCKY 67 OHIO 137 Stores are serviced by 26 distribution centers (DCs): STATE #STORES OKLAHOMA 116 OREGON 57 PENNSYLVANIA 1 SOUTH CAROLINA 83 SOUTH DAKOTA 12 TENNESSEE 151 TEXAS 614 UTAH 59 VIRGINIA 52 WASHINGTON 150 WISCONSIN 100 WYOMING 18 W. VIRGINIA 5 DC LOCATION CITY STATE TOTAL SQ FEET WAREHOUSE DOUBLE DECKING OFFICE Mobile AL 324, , ,068 23,721 Little Rock AR 130,169 93,640 29,329 7,200 Phoenix AZ 388, ,570 30,000 4,521 Moreno Valley CA 557, , ,478 10,000 Stockton CA 730, , ,996 9,620 Denver CO 333, ,000 99,242 12,500 Lakeland FL 603, , ,944 19,140 Atlanta GA 504, , ,350 12,000 Des Moines IA 262, ,400 63,486 8,325 Chicago IL 523, , ,971 24,491 Indianapolis IN 672, , ,928 15,308 Lewiston ME 140, ,455 26,729 9,077 Detroit MI 363, ,000 71,262 30,000 Minneapolis-St Paul MN 342, ,436 83,232 17,664 Kansas City MO 307, ,000 90,018 8,710 Springfield MO 476, ,145 50,275 4,304 Billings MT 136, ,292 26,850 7,442 Greensboro NC 451, , ,000 10,000 Oklahoma City OK 327, ,667 50,000 6,620 Knoxville TN 159, ,562 39,204 9,000 Nashville TN 317, ,571 45,406 1,213 Dallas TX 463, ,000 98,000 21,000 Houston TX 553, , ,657 21,280 Lubbock TX 283, ,000 76,896 6,910 Salt Lake City UT 304, ,500 90,432 9,800 Seattle WA 545, , ,790 11,375
5 The corporate offices are in Springfield, MO, with some departments also having corporate functions in Phoenix, AZ. Divisional offices are located in Springfield, MO; Houston, TX; Nashville, TN; Atlanta, GA; Indianapolis, IN; Springdale, OH; Pomona, CA; and San Jose, CA; and there are 50 regions spread throughout the 43 states. O Reilly/Ozark employment totals 67,761 as follows: 57,945 STORES 7,082 DISTRIBUTION CENTERS 2,734 OFFICES The O Reilly/Ozark distribution centers stock 135,903 part numbers, totaling approximately $455,598,245 at W.D. cost. They give overnight service (Monday through Friday) to all O Reilly stores and 179 independent auto parts stores. A fleet of 1,183 DC tractors and trailers average 3,624,840 miles per month. Ozark currently serves 179 independent jobber store accounts, all of which are Parts City Auto Parts affiliates. There are two Ozark regional field sales managers, and 9 full-time outside sales representatives who call on these customers. Average number of lines filled by Distribution Center: Mobile, AL 37,116 Little Rock, AR 19,915 Phoenix, AZ 42,486 Moreno Valley, CA 70,495 Stockton, CA 88,928 Denver, CO 27,764 Lakeland, FL 18,597 FACTS AND FIGURES CONT D Atlanta, GA 56,099 Des Moines, IA 34,050 Chicago, IL 8,617 Indianapolis, IN 68,577 Lewiston, ME 10,782 Detroit, MI 51,234 Minneapolis, MN 53,018 Kansas City, MO 40,644 Springfield, MO 41,855 Billings, MT 11,942 Greensboro, NC 49,904 Oklahoma City, OK 48,291 Knoxville, TN 22,969 Nashville, TN 44,429 The O Reilly/Ozark distribution centers, offices and stores use IBM - I - Series computers as well as IBM and Linux servers. The stores are divided into eight divisions (Central, Southern, Eastern, Northern, Northeast, Northwest, Southeast, and Southwest), 50 regions and 419 districts, with six to 18 stores in each district reporting to a district manager. O Reilly prototype stores average 6,800 square feet, with an average inventory of 23,603 SKUs however, stores range from 1,916 to 30,000 square feet with an inventory of 804 to 71,424 SKUs. Most stores are open seven days a week: 7:30 a.m. 9:00 p.m. Monday Saturday; and 8 a.m. 7 p.m. Sunday. The O Reilly fleet of delivery vehicles totals 14,472. Approximately 98% of O Reilly stores provide delivery service, averaging from one to six trucks. O Reilly currently has an approximate 60/40 mix of cash/charge business and 86,944 professional/commercial accounts. Five stores include a machine shop (one is actually a stand-alone shop.) Dallas, TX 79,691 Houston, TX 96,090 Lubbock, TX 31,681 Salt Lake City, UT 26,960 Seattle, WA 66, stores mix automotive paint (DuPont, BASF, Sherwin Williams and Nason); all stores turn drums/rotors and test starters/alternators; and many stores make hyradulic hoses and turn flywheels. All stores have sales specialists who make outside sales calls on a regular schedule, in addition: 527 full-time O Reilly territory sales managers; 15 PBE Sales Representatives.
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