Tradeshow 2019 Highlights
Check out highlights of last year’s Tradeshow!February 7
Come visit us on April 1 & 2 for our once a year automotive Tradeshow to meet with our friendly sales representatives, view a diverse set of displays, and enjoy all the free amenities we have to offer in a stunning event displaying automotive excellence!
You don’t want to miss out on meeting with our major manufacturers who will be at our 30th ANNUAL TRADESHOW!
Check out last years TradeshowFebruary 4
It is officially Autumn season which means winter is on the horizon. With that being said the temperature is going to start dropping, which means it is time to winterize the toys as well as preparing yourself for the winter.
Also be sure your vehicle is up to date and well equipped for the winter, you never know what kind of weather we are in store for!
- Winter tires
- Wiper Blades
- Engine performance
- De-icer Fluid
- Cooling System
Car problems can occur at any time and winter conditions only exemplify the issues, it is best to plan accordingly to avoid any potential accidents.
Safe driving everyone!October 24
New Calgary Location
Hey Alberta! BC’s largest automotive retailer is expanding. Our Calgary branch is underway. Keep an eye out for more details soon!
We are family owned and operated for 45 years and are looking forward to showing you what we have in store.
Be sure to follow us for the latest news, deals and more!September 19
Good times at Langley Cruise-In
Hope everyone who attended the Langley Cruise-In over the weekend had a great time!
See photos of the event hereSeptember 10
PAWS FOR A CAUSE 2019
Lordco is proud to be a gold sponsor of this years Paws for a Cause event on September 8th!
“Uniting animal lovers to change lives. The funds you raise will save lives. Let’s show the power of animal lovers in B.C.” BCSPCA
Register for the walk to help fight animal cruelty!August 15
Come see us at the Cloverdale Rodeo from May 17-20!
Details hereApril 25
Video tour: Lordco 31,000-sq.-ft Port Coquitlam store
“Jobber Nation publisher and director of content Andrew Ross took a few minutes away from the Lordco 29th Annual Trade show to visit the new flagship location.
The store, located on Oxford Connector in Port Coquitlam, about a 30 minute drive outside Vancouver, B.C., boasts a massive showroom, fully merchandised departments for the trade customer, and–notably–a Truck Centre with a wide selection of accessories and off-road gear, and an outdoors equipment section for the camping and outdoors enthusiasts that complements it.”April 5
Lordco’s 29th annual Tradeshow
VANCOUVER, BC – Lordco Parts Ltd., BC’s largest distributor and retailer of automotive parts and accessories, hosted their 29th annual Tradeshow on April 1st and 2nd at the Pacific Coliseum in Vancouver, BC. Many filled the arena floor and concourse, along with the entire Agrodome to see some of Lordco’s many vendors showcasing products from each of their 11 divisions including; Automotive, High Performance, Truck Accessories, RV/Marine/Outdoors, Import, Paint & Body, Tools, Equipment, Chemicals, Welding and Engine Parts.
Open to Lordco customers, this annual Tradeshow entertains the year’s best pricing for those who attend and gives a chance for their suppliers to highlight products to their key audience in Canada’s largest automotive Tradeshow.
This year included a variety of exciting giveaways including long-standing Canadian company Kleen-Flo’s 2019 Harley Davidson 883 Iron Sportster draw.April 4
The Pitt Meadows Secondary School automotive program has received a huge “lift” after receiving a generous donation of new tools and equipment from the Ed Coates Memorial Foundation.
“On behalf of School District 42 Maple Ridge – Pitt Meadows I would like to thank the Ed Coates Memorial Foundation (ECMF) for their generous support of our secondary shop programs,” said Steve Wiebe – Principal of Youth Train In Trades and Work In Trades Programs.
“They have gone above and beyond with their donations of high-quality tools and equipment to all of our secondary schools. I would like to mention specifically the donation the Ed Coates Memorial Foundation has made last month to Pitt Meadows Secondary School’s automotive and metal fabrication programs – their donation of a hoist, and an assortment of tools have enhanced these programs immeasurably.”
ECMF’s contribution towards the school’s automotive program includes: tools, welding machines, spray guns and a brand-new hoist.
The total donation amounts to over $25,000, which will better help the students of Pitt Meadows achieve their goals within the automotive repair industry.
The Ed Coates Memorial Foundation – Ed Coates founded Lordco Auto Parts in 1974 with a modest 900 square foot store in Maple Ridge, BC. Through diligence, commitment to service and knowledge of the industry, Ed quickly established Lordco as BC’s leader for automotive parts and accessories.
The Ed Coates Memorial Foundation (ECMF) was formed by his wife and children after Ed’s sudden passing in February 2014 with the hopes of creating a bold, creative, and inventive organization to carry on his legacy. The Foundation was born through the drive and generosity of Ed Coates. He supported his local community of Maple Ridge and other places across British Columbia in many ways through his business. The impact that Ed had on the community was significant and unforgettable. The Foundation will embody these same principles that Ed lived by each day.March 25