Adopt A Part

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Adopt A Part is listed in the Automobile Wrecking & Salvage category in Denver, Colorado. Displayed below is the only current social network for Adopt A Part which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Adopt A Part on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 60.

Contact information for Adopt A Part is:
5030 York St
Denver, CO 80216
(303) 296-2211
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Please take a minute and visit our page at MileHybrid Automotive. All of our Hybrid Car specific business (Service, HV batteries, parts) is now being conducted through MileHybrid.

There was quite a commotion on York St. this afternoon, and seeing the local media on the scene, I thought I would get this information out to our friends and customers. There was a fire in the building that Adopt A Part is in today. It did not occur in our space, but in an adjacent part of the building occupied by another tenant. No one was injured and the Denver Fire Dept. responded quickly and contained the flames. We have some smoke damage and need to get the power on, but we should be open for business tomorrow AM. We are very grateful...

Adopt A Part hosted local film makers Jamin and Kiowa Winans last year when they were filming their new film The Frame. Check it out.

We have been actively working to support this legislation on behalf of the Colorado Automotive Recyclers Association. This is really important and will reduce consumer fraud and auto theft in Colorado. In the business we are in we have a front row seat for this nonsense. If you are active in state politics, let your State Rep or Congressman know they need to support HB 14-1299! http://kdvr.com/2014/03/31/lawmakers-seek-protect-car-buyers-from-title-washing/
DENVER -- Anyone who's ever walked onto a used car lot and drove off with a lemon can relate to Marlene Tiffany's story. Ten years ago, she bought a Lexus IS 300 that seemed to be in good condition...

Would you pay $37.50 for all of this food? What if you knew it was all organic, mostly locally grown/produced and fresh What if you knew you that in buying it, you were helping to get healthy food to people in Denver who have little or no access to good food because they live in a "food desert" and have poor transportation options to get to where the food is. Yes, those exist, I work in one in the Elyria-Swansea neighborhood of Denver. If you live in Elyria-Swansea, this box of food is $20. What if I offered to bring it to Longmont if you ordered it? Its easy, order and pay for it by Weds, pick it up on Sat. (or I can bring it to Longmont on Monday). This is the work of our good friends and neighbors at The GrowHaus near MileHybrid Automotive/Adopt A Part in the Elyria-Swansea neighborhood in Denver. Check out their food box program: www.mercadolado.com Check out their main website to see the amazing and great work they do. www.thegrowhaus.com