SunTrust-NAPA Auto Parts Loan Program

Serving NAPA storeowners nationwide for over 50 years.

SunTrust Bank is a preferred financing partner to the NAPA system and has over $300 million in loans committed to hundreds of NAPA storeowners nationwide. Experience the SunTrust OneTeam Approach® and get the right financial and industry expertise to help your business realize smart growth.

Our solutions and how to get the conversation started.

Please start to collect the items noted below in advance of a conversation with one of our Team Members and complete our Personal Financial Statement.

SunTrust’s loan solutions for NAPA storeowners include:

Fixed-rate financing to help you—

  • Open a new NAPA store
  • Finance an inventory upgrade
  • Transfer store ownership
  • Refinance existing debt
  • Floating-rate financing to help working capital and cash flow needs

For loan requests, SunTrust requires different items based on the use of proceeds. Items may include:

Meet our team leaders.

Their commitment and expertise is focused on the needs of NAPA storeowners nationwide.

Chris Baldwin
Program Manager
P: 404.439.7630
F: 844.808.1873
E: chris.baldwin@suntrust.com
Atlantic, Central, Eastern, Southern Divisions 

Keri Powell
Head of Servicing
P: 404.926.5706
F: 844.808.1873
E: keri.powell@suntrust.com

Matthew Roberts
Program Manager
P: 404.439.7739
F: 844.808.1873
E: matthew.roberts@suntrust.com
Midwest, Mountain, Southwest, Western Divisions 

Mailing Address:

SunTrust Bank, Attn: Program Lending Group
3333 Peachtree Rd. NE, 3rd Floor, South Tower
Atlanta, GA 30326
Fax: 844.808.1873

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DISCLAIMERS

NAPA is a federally registered trademark/ servicemark of NATIONAL AUTOMOTIVE PARTS ASSOCIATION CORPORATION

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