We’ve Launched Social Media to Connect with Customers

Philadelphia-based Orthodox Auto Company has created a new Twitter account and Facebook business page to better communicate with its current clientele and to reach out to potential customers. As a family-owned and operated used auto parts retailer and salvage yard, Orthodox is keeping up with the times by modernizing its marketing strategy to include social […]

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Franklin Square in Philadelphia

If you and your family are looking for fun, affordable activities to do while you’re on vacation in Philadelphia, then head on over to Franklin Square in the historic city center. At Franklin Square, you and your children can play a round of miniature golf, ride the Philadelphia Park Liberty Carousel, and enjoy a quick, […]

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The Franklin Institute Science Museum

Are you and your family looking for exciting and educational places to visit during your Pennsylvania vacation? If so, come to Philadelphia! This city has plenty of historic sites and interactive museums where visitors can have fun learning about a wide variety of subjects. One of these attractions is the Franklin Institute Science Museum. At […]

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Visiting the Rocky Steps and Statue in Philadelphia

Philadelphia is a city that’s full of American history. When you visit Philly during your next Pennsylvania vacation, you can see examples of American film history. Two must-see attractions in Philadelphia that are related to cinema are the Rocky steps and the Rocky statue. These two iconic sights are from the famous film series Rocky […]

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Easy Windshield Replacement

The windshield is an essential part of a vehicle’s structure and value, yet it can be easily overlooked. Windshields need to be taken care of properly and replaced if damaged, as they perform two necessary functions for your car. Functions Of A Windshield Passengers’ Safety One of the main purposes a windshield serves is providing […]

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Visiting Adventure Aquarium

Adventure Aquarium has earned the accolade, “America’s most touchable aquarium.” After spending the day there, you’ll know why. Being the fifth largest aquarium in the country, it is home to an extensive collection of underwater creatures. Not only is it one of two aquariums in the country that have a hammerhead shark, but also the […]

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Summer Days at the Philadelphia Zoo

Some of your most cherished childhood memories happen on the summer days you spent at the zoo with your family. Every kid remembers seeing the exotic animals, eating lunch from a vender, and shopping for animal memorabilia at the gift shop. If you are looking for a summer activity while visiting Philadelphia why not make […]

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Fourth of July in Philadelphia

You may already know that in 1776 on the Fourth of July the United States Declaration of Independence was signed by our founding fathers in the historic Independence Hall of Philadelphia, PA. Because of the enriched history, this city is often referred to as the “Birthplace of Our Country.” Today Philadelphia is one of the […]

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Fix Your Air Conditioner With Salvaged Auto Parts

Since it the summer temperatures are getting, hot, hot, hot, it is the perfect time to work on your air conditioning system. A working air conditioner is essential in these scorching temperatures. If you know how to fix your own air conditioner you may want to consider buying any needed auto parts from a salvage […]

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The Growing Junk Yard Industry

Have you stopped by a junkyard lately? To be politically correct, junkyards are now called auto recyclers. And to be precisely correct, the business has changed to match the more correct name. Whatever you would like to call it, the stereotypical “dirty and unorganized” junkyard is now a thriving industry. Since new replacement car parts […]

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