National Parts Depot

New Director of Advertising and Marketing

Monday, May 11. 2015

After an amazing three weeks as NPD's Director of Advertising and Marketing I'd like to introduce myself. I'm Ship Mallard and I manage all day-to-day advertising, marketing and social media activities by executing strategies and tactics that will contribute to the success of NPD’s competitiveness in the market. I am fortunate to work with the world's premier supplier of restoration and performance parts and accessories. NPD has four strategically located, climate controlled warehouse stores for unequalled delivery speed and superior/friendly customer service totaling over 570,000 square foot located in (Florida, Michigan, North Carolina, and California). Every morning I walk in the door on the way to my office I walk pass 200 plus historic, classic, one of a kind automobiles. What a great job. I will be posting weekly on our blog and I am sure you will find something you will like.

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Thursday, December 19. 2013


With 37 years of experience behind us, National Parts Depot continues to move forward with new catalog lines, more in-stock selection and better service for you; the customer! Since NPD was born from the trenches of doing restorations...


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50 Years of Mustang

Thursday, December 5. 2013



Image courtesy of Ford Motor Company


December 5th 2013 marks the official introduction of the 2015 Ford Mustang to the world. And when Ford says the world, they mean it....


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Family Tradition

Friday, November 22. 2013



With our annual Ford & Mustang show at Silver Springs State Park less than two months away (click here for details), my mind is already thinking about all the little details that can separate a good show from a great show. When you deal with a car show that numbers participants in the hundreds (and in our case, over 1,000 on several years)....


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Straight from the 2013 SEMA Show

Wednesday, November 6. 2013



This is one of the biggest weeks in the auto industry: the SEMA (Specialty Equipment Market Association) show. Every year thousands of auto industry insiders flock to Las Vegas....



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