Do you have a product that is perfect for O’Reilly Auto Parts Stores and You Want to Become a O’Reilly Auto Parts Vendor?
Are you looking to sell your consumer product to O’Reilly Auto Parts? In this training, Karen Waksman, founder of Retail MBA, will provide you with some tips and tricks to get your product into O’Reilly Auto Parts stores.
Why Sell to O’Reilly Auto Parts?
O’Reilly Auto Parts is a great option for those looking to make big money in the auto aftermarket and auto accessory space. With over 5,900 stores, they have tremendous buying power. Additionally, they own a retail chain called Orma Stores, which has 28 stores. This is important to note because if they are owned by the same company, you can submit your product to become a vendor for Orma Stores and then go back to O’Reilly Auto Parts and let them know you are already in their system as a vendor. This is a great way to get around the paperwork that is usually required for new products.
O’Reilly Auto Parts Vendor
Another option to consider when selling to O’Reilly Auto Parts is private label. This is a way for them to buy your product under their corporate name. This means that if you are interested in selling to them but don’t care if your name is on the box or packaging, they can buy your product from you and the packaging will be under their brand name. Private label is something that O’Reilly Auto Parts does very well, and it is a great way to get your product into their stores.
If you are having trouble selling to O’Reilly Auto Parts, you can also consider selling to other retailers that sell auto accessories. This could be a great additional revenue stream for you, and then you can go back to O’Reilly Auto Parts and let them know that you got products into stores. This will help you get into stores, as they love proven products and proof of sales.
Getting Started with Selling to O’Reilly Auto Parts
Selling to O’Reilly Auto Parts can be a great way to make money in the auto aftermarket and auto accessory space. However, it can be difficult to get them interested in your product, especially if they are a niche retailer. Our recommendation is to try to sell to them, but if they reject you, don’t feel bad. Instead, try to sell to other retailers that sell auto accessories and then go back to O’Reilly Auto Parts and let them know that you got products into stores. This will help you get into stores, as they love proven products. If you would like to learn more about how to approach, pitch, and sell to O’Reilly Auto Parts and other retail chains, please take a look at the link below.
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Selling to O’Reilly Auto Parts: Tips and Strategies
Selling to major retailers such as O’Reilly Auto Parts can be a great way to grow your business and increase your profits. With over 5900 stores, O’Reilly Auto Parts is a powerful player in the auto aftermarket and auto accessory product industry. In this article, we will discuss some strategies and tips for selling to O’Reilly Auto Parts.
Explore O’Reilly Auto Parts
If you have an auto aftermarket or auto accessory product, O’Reilly Auto Parts is a retailer that you should definitely consider. With so many stores, they have tremendous buying power, making them an attractive option for those looking to make big money in this space. It’s worth noting that O’Reilly Auto Parts also owns a retail chain called Orma stores, which consists of 28 stores. Since they share the same supplier website, becoming a vendor for Orma stores can help you become a vendor for O’Reilly Auto Parts.
Utilize Vendor Portals
When trying to become a vendor for a retailer, you usually have to fill out a lot of paperwork. Sometimes, major retailers don’t want to go through the hassle of filling out paperwork for new products that aren’t yet proven or that they’re unsure will make them money. Therefore, they might say no to a potential vendor. If you’re having trouble selling to O’Reilly Auto Parts, you can explore selling to Orma stores and become a vendor for them. Doing so will allow you to be submitted into their vendor portal, and you can then go back to O’Reilly Auto Parts and see if they would be interested in adding you as a vendor. Since both retailers share the same supplier website, it’s a good way to get your foot in the door without having to fill out much paperwork.
If you’re having trouble selling your product to O’Reilly Auto Parts, you can consider selling to them under their private label division. Private label allows retailers to buy products under their corporate name. If you don’t mind your name not being on the box, this could be a great way to go. When selling private label to O’Reilly Auto Parts, they would ultimately tell you where to go to get the packaging, and the packaging would be theirs. This retailer does private label very well, and many companies make millions of dollars every year selling private label to them. If you’re willing to put your name on the back burner, private label could be a great way to sell to O’Reilly Auto Parts.
Understand Niche Retailers
O’Reilly Auto Parts is a niche retailer, and all your competitors are reaching out to them. As a result, they might reject your product. It’s important to note that this is common when selling to niche retailers. Until you have proven sales or they have an opening, it can be complicated to sell to them. Our recommendation is to try to sell to O’Reilly Auto Parts. If they reject you, don’t feel bad. Instead, sell your product to other retailers that sell auto accessories, and then go back to O’Reilly Auto Parts and let them know that you have products in a chain store. They love proven products and proof of sales, and this could help pique their interest in your product.
Selling to O’Reilly Auto Parts can be a great way to grow your business and increase your profits. Exploring Orma stores and utilizing vendor portals are great strategies for getting your foot in the door. Private label can be an attractive option if you’re having trouble selling your product under your own brand name. Understanding niche retailers is also important. If O’Reilly Auto Parts rejects you, don’t feel discouraged. Sell your product to other retailers, and let O’Reilly Auto Parts
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