Advance Professional Increases Rebate to 10 Percent for Auto Care Alliance Members

August 18, 2022



For more information, contact:
Sheri Hamilton, MWACA and ACA Executive Director


Gladstone, Mo., August 18, 2022

The Auto Care Alliance (ACA) has announced an enhancement to its benefits program with Advance Auto Parts. As a long-time supporter, and one of the first vendors to come to the table with Midwest Auto Care Alliance (MWACA), Advance Professional has continued to support MWACA’s expansion into the Auto Care Alliance. In their latest move, Advance Professional has increased the rebate that ACA members will receive.

“Advance Auto Parts is excited to announce a significant enhancement to our parts program serving the Auto Care Alliance groups! Effective October 1, 2022, all Auto Care Alliance Members that have enrolled in any one of the Auto Care Alliance programs will automatically be eligible for our new rebates of up to 10%. All new members will receive these same benefits as well. We are proud to be a partner with the Auto Care Alliance groups and look forward to serving its members for their automotive parts needs,” says Mark Mills, Vice President of Strategic Accounts for Advance Auto Parts.

In addition to rebates of up to 10 percent, Auto Care Alliance members also receive discounted MotoVisuals pricing, shop training support through a quarterly 0.5% training allowance for CTI+WTI training, 24 months/24,000 labor guarantee, as well as participation in Advance’s ProRewards loyalty program. This program is available through Carquest Auto Parts and Advance Auto Parts locations across the country.

Sheri Hamilton, Executive Director of the ACA and its Midwest affiliate, MWACA, says “Advance Professional has really brought it all to the table for all our members with the strongest rebate program available in our industry. Their support of the independent automotive service professional and our association speaks volumes.” This program will be available to members of Northwest Auto Care Alliance (NWACA), Midwest Auto Care Alliance (MWACA), Mid-Atlantic Auto Care Alliance (MAACA), Texas Auto Care Alliance (TXACA), Florida Auto Care Alliance (FLACA), as well as virtual members of the Auto Care Alliance who are not in any of the previously listed alliance territories. 

Further details about the newly released Advance Professional program for Auto Care Alliance members can be found on the ACA website at Shops who are interested in membership with the Auto Care Alliance can contact for more information, or visit

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The Auto Care Alliance serves independent automotive service professionals and was formed in January 2022. ACA currently has over 1,200 members in 40 states. Alliances that are part of the Auto Care Alliance include Northwest Auto Care Alliance (NWACA) – formerly ASA Northwest, Midwest Auto Care Alliance (MWACA), Mid-Atlantic Auto Care Alliance (MAACA) – formerly ASA Pennsylvania, Texas Auto Care Alliance (TXACA) – formerly ASA Texas, and Florida Auto Care Alliance (FLACA) – formerly ASA Florida. For more information about the Auto Care Alliance and the state and regional alliances that form the Auto Care Alliance, please visit

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