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Turn 14 Moves HQ to Horsham, Pa.

Warehouse distributor of aftermarket performance brands relocates corporate base to state-of-the-art facility

Dec 2, 2015

From KW to Sparco, Brian Crower to SPEC Clutch, and seemingly every aftermarket parts company in between, Turn 14 Distribution offers an impressive, comprehensive list of brands it carries and supplies to retailers and shops all over North America. Not long ago the warehouse distributor announced the relocation of its headquarters to a state-of-the-art corporate park in Horsham, Pennsylvania, to better meet the needs of its customers and vendors, as well as facilitate continued growth.

The photo gallery shows off Turn 14’s new digs in all its glory. The Horsham offices will serve as the base of operations for its executive offices, in addition to sales, customer support call center, purchasing, marketing, web development, IT and accounting departments. The addition of a dedicated 55-person training room, which features the latest audio and video equipment, allows customers, staff, and vendors to sit in comfort while they learn about the latest products the automotive aftermarket has to offer.

The new HQ occupies over 37,000 sq. feet of space at The Commonwealth Corporate Center in Horsham. Considerable time was spent optimizing every square foot of space with brand new work areas in each department – including the lunchroom – to create a unique atmosphere. The Commonwealth Corporate Center itself is situated on 15.4 acres of the Commonwealth National Golf Club, and Turn 14’s offices offer impressive views of the Arnold Palmer-designed golf course.

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