Hoppe to help lead loss prevention at Pep Boys

Jan. 1, 2020
Bryan B. Hopped has been named vice president, loss prevention for Pep Boys Auto Services, the nation's leading automotive aftermarket retail and service chain.
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Bryan B. Hopped has been named vice president — loss prevention for Pep Boys Auto Services, the nation's leading automotive aftermarket retail and service chain.

Set to oversee the company’s shrink and safety programs, Hoppe will report directly to Raymond Arthur, chief financial officer.

“We are extremely pleased to add another automotive aftermarket veteran to our management team. I am confident that Bryan’s experience and expertise will assist us in minimizing losses stemming from shrink and safety issues, which is essential to achieving one of our stated priorities: maximizing profits,” Arthur says.

Hoppe most recently served as vice president of asset protection for Advance Auto Parts, where he was employed since 1995 in operations and loss prevention management positions of increasing responsibility.

Pep Boys has over 560 stores and approximately 6,000 service bays in 35 states and Puerto Rico. Along with its vehicle repair and maintenance capabilities, the company also serves the commercial auto parts delivery market and is one of the leading sellers of replacement tires in the United States.

For more information, visit Pep Boys online.