O’Reilly Auto Parts cuts ribbon for MLT store

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O'Reilly Auto Parts store Manager Amy Nestling, District Manager Jim Murray, Mountlake Terrace Mayor Jerry Smith and Mountlake Terrace City Manager Arlene Fisher (left to right) share a laugh at the auto parts store ribbon-cutting event on Saturday.
O’Reilly Auto Parts store Manager Amy Nestling, District Manager Jim Murray, Mountlake Terrace Mayor Jerry Smith and Mountlake Terrace City Manager Arlene Fisher (left to right) share a laugh at the auto parts store ribbon-cutting event on Saturday.

O’Reilly Auto Parts celebrated the opening of their Mountlake Terrace store, 21005-44th Ave.W. #106, on Saturday with a ribbon cutting and barbecue.

The ribbon cutting ceremony was conducted by O’Reilly Auto Parts District Manager Jim Murray, the Mountlake Terrace store manager Amy Nesting, and Mountlake Terrace city officials Mayor Jerry Smith, City Manager Arlene Fisher and City Councilmember Seaun Richards.

Seattle radio station KZOK held a remote broadcast from the Mountlake Terrace store in conjunction with the event.

The approximately 5,700-square-foot O’Reilly Auto Parts location in Mountlake Terrace opened its doors to the public in mid-February. The chain also operates a store on Ballinger Way and three on Highway 99 in Edmonds and Lynnwood, and more than 4,160 nationwide.

— Story and photo by Doug Petrowski

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