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TRAK AUTO CLOSES SAN DIEGO STORES

 TRAK AUTO CLOSES SAN DIEGO STORES
 SAN DIEGO, July 1 /PRNewswire/ -- Trak Auto Corporation


(NASDAQ: TRKA) announced today that it is immediately closing 11 underperforming stores in the San Diego market and plans to open 12 new stores in the Los Angeles metropolitan area in the next year.
 Keith Green, president of Trak, said the company remains firmly committed to the Southern California market. Green noted that Trak operates 106 stores in Southern California, not including the 14 stores still closed due the recent disturbances in South Los Angeles.
 Trak Auto, headquartered in Landover, Md., operates more than 300 stores nationwide, offering quality brand name auto parts and accessories at discount prices to the do-it-yourself customer.
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 /CONTACT: Stanley Rubenstein, 212-297-6108, for Trak Auto/
 (TRKA) CO: Trak Auto Corporation ST: California, Maryland IN: AUT SU:


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