These are the people that make Go-Parts "tick"
(if we were like a clock); it probably makes more sense
to say these are the people that make Go-Parts a
"well-oiled" auto parts company.
This is our team, and the people who are
making everything work to your satisfaction.
We're also human, so feel free to connect with us at
any given point either by e-mail or by phone to get your
problems solved, or to understand the shortest distance
between you and a great experience with Go-Parts!
The founding member of Go-Parts, Dan has been programming for nearly all of his life. In 2002, he began handling web design responsibilities for a variety of small businesses, until eventually turning his full attention to e-commerce in 2004. A sound understanding of resource management and an eye for talent has helped Dan create Go-Parts from the ground up. Operationally, Dan is the "tie that binds", ensuring that all key components are functioning properly, and providing the IT insight, talent, and skill that many companies must outsource at a substantial capital cost.
With more than 15 years of experience marketing in the entertainment and corporate arenas, Sean is an inventive marketer that is tasked with managing the Go-Parts brand from the consumer perspective. Well-versed in social media advertising strategies, his background in content creation allow the organization to consistently produce high-level content and advertising messages across a variety of platforms. Additionally, extensive experience in the training of customer services teams helps to ensure that branding efforts are always reflected in the proper treatment of existing and future customers. Seanís passion for networking and experience as a public speaker in a variety of forums serves Go-Parts well.
John is cool as a cucumber.
And yes, he does wear those shades to work every
day. He's constantly bumping into walls and
stuff, but it's okay because he's cool. It's
the cost of being cool. No one is cooler than
John. John is who Mike Posner was talking
about in the song "cooler than me". John is the
guy you talk to when you need help with something.
Whether it's an order you need help with, or a part
you're not sure how to find, John is the man to help
you find what you need. It's a good thing he's
a touch typist, because the shades make it hard for
him to see a keyboard. Without John we
wouldn't be able to maintain our high customer
service standards, and the standards required to
have such high ratings on 3rd party websites like BizRate.com for example. All that, and he has
the uncanny ability to be cool. The warehouse
could be burning down, and John would say: "Hey
everybody. . .chill out. It's under control."
He extends that ability to customer service and can
work out the most difficult situations with a cool,
calm, collected approach. Did we mention he's
Brian epitomizes what support
should be like. Whether you have a problem
with your order after the fact, or you need some
help on how to install a particular part on your
vehicle, Brian will make that happen. He smiles
so much he makes us smile. His efforts make
things easy for customers like you in the end, and
Brian does this all with a smile. Brian can come
to work after being run over by a bus, and would
still smile even if his spleen was squashed.
He'd just chuckle and say: "I'll take care of it."
Ironically, Brian's a fan of the movie "Scarface",
and we have to say Tony Montana would've loved Brian,
and the movie might have had a different ending if
Tony had Brian as his technical support manager.
Whether you have an issue with the site, or just a
plain parts question, Brian is the man you'll likely
end up talking to, if someone else doesn't defer to
him after you speak to them first! Brian is
also our guinea pig when we roll out new changes to
find out how customers might respond to those
changes. Without Brian, getting things done in
general might be more difficult of a task.
Mike handles the actual parts
that you find on the Go-Parts website. He
writes the descriptions, adds them to the website,
makes sure that the pictures you see are accurate
and that the specifications listed, and information
listed is accurate to your specific vehicle.
Mike is also a CSUS pre-physical therapy student,
and with his finesse on our products, we can only
imagine what he'll do as a physical therapist.
"Magic Hands" Mike, also plays a saxophone.
Now does that surprise you at all? Our parts
are put into their best light because of Mike, and
without Mike, we might not have the accuracy that we
have in our parts descriptions, specifications, and
vehicle descriptions. Mike could probably
touch a pumpkin and turn it into a stagecoach.
He's just that good. He's not your fairy
godmother, he's "Magic Hands" Mike. Don't
believe us, touch your screen right now, and you'll
turn into a customer!
MDX: 2008 Rear Lamps
TL: 2010 Foglamp Assembly
Hummer H2: 2009 Replacement AC/Heater Blower Fan
Hummer H3: 2008 Front Headlamps
A4: 2005 Door Mirrors (w/ cover, glass, housing), 2010 Rear Lamps
325i: 2007 Front Headlamps, 2005 Corner & Park Lamps
LeSabre: 2003 Front Headlamps
Rendezvous: 2005 Door Mirrors (w/ cover, glass, housing)
Deville: 2004 Replacement AC/Heater Blower Fan
Escalade: 2010 Foglamp Assembly
Silverado: 2009 Door Mirrors (w/ cover, glass, housing), 2011 Rear Lamps
Town & Country: 2009 Front Headlamps, 2009 Rear Lamps
Ram Pickup: 2010 Door Mirrors (w/ cover, glass, housing), 2010 Rear Lamps
Explorer: 2004 Door Mirrors (w/ cover, glass, housing)
Focus: 2005 Door Mirrors (w/ cover, glass, housing)
Prizm: 1995 Corner & Park Lamps
Tracker: 1994 Front Headlamps
Sierra: 2011 Door Mirrors (w/ cover, glass, housing), 2011 Rear Lamps
Accord: 2009 Door Mirrors (w/ cover, glass, housing)
Civic: 2012 Door Mirrors (w/ cover, glass, housing)
Santa Fe: 2011 Front Headlamps
Sonata: 2011 Door Mirrors (w/ cover, glass, housing)
G35: 2008 Electric Engine Fans
I30: 2001 Corner & Park Lamps
Hombre: 1997 Door Mirrors (w/ cover, glass, housing)
Trooper: 2001 Rear Lamps
S Type: 2004 Replacement Aluminum Radiators
X-Type: 2004 Electric Engine Fans
Grand Cherokee: 2012 Door Mirrors (w/ cover, glass, housing), 2012 Rear Lamps
Optima: 2011 Front Headlamps
Sorento: 2012 Rear Lamps
LS400: 2000 Front Headlamps
RX300: 2002 Front Headlamps
Navigator: 2005 Rear Lamps
Town Car: 2006 Rear Lamps
6: 2012 Front Headlamps
RX-8: 2006 Rear Lamps
E320: 2008 Rear Lamps
ML320: 2009 Rear Lamps
Grand Marquis: 2005 Rear Lamps
Mountaineer: 2004 Door Mirrors (w/ cover, glass, housing)
Cooper: 2006 Electric Engine Fans, 2009 Rear Lamps
Eclipse: 2010 Front Headlamps
Lancer: 2009 Door Mirrors (w/ cover, glass, housing)
Altima: 2009 Door Mirrors (w/ cover, glass, housing)
Sentra: 2009 Door Mirrors (w/ cover, glass, housing)
Alero: 2003 Door Mirrors (w/ cover, glass, housing)
Silhouette Van: 2001 Front Headlamps
Voyager (inc Grand): 2003 Front Headlamps, 2002 Rear Lamps
Grand Am: 2004 Door Mirrors (w/ cover, glass, housing)
Grand Prix: 2006 Front Headlamps
9-3: 2009 Foglamp Assembly, 2006 Front Headlamps
Ion: 2005 Front Headlamps, 2004 Door Mirrors (w/ cover, glass, housing)
tC: 2012 Rear Lamps
xB: 2005 Door Mirrors (w/ cover, glass, housing)
Forester: 2010 Rear Lamps
Outback: 2010 Front Headlamps
Grand Vitara: 2008 Rear Lamps
Tacoma: 2010 Rear Lamps
Tundra: 2011 Rear Lamps
Jetta: 2012 Front Headlamps, 2008 Door Mirrors (w/ cover, glass, housing)
S60: 2007 Front Headlamps
XC90: 2007 Front Headlamps