Babcox Media Launches

Babcox Media Launches

Babcox Media, Inc. is pleased to announce the launch of, an automotive aftermarket-specific online job portal.

Babcox Media, Inc. is pleased to announce the launch of, an automotive aftermarket-specific online job portal.

For aftermarket employers, offers a cost-effective resource for promoting open positions within their companies, while at the same time directly reaching prospective employees who are already involved in this dynamic and competitive market. will be managed by veteran Babcox sales executive Karen Kaim.

Officially launched on May 1, offers the ability to provide employment listings in the collision, distribution, executive, tire and service segments of the aftermarket. This industry-specific employment resource works around the clock to promote available positions within the automotive aftermarket. In addition to direct access via, the site will be promoted and accessible through a variety of online properties produced by Babcox Media, including:,,, and Combined, these digital brands reach more than 215,000 aftermarket professionals each month.

Focused strictly on the automotive aftermarket industry, was first established by in 2010, under the name "AMN Careers." In its first two years, AMN Careers grew at a fast pace as aftermarket employers realized they could cut through the clutter and find eager, qualified candidates without having to look outside this industry.

"Today, takes it one step further, offering the most powerful way to simply and affordably expose qualified candidates to job opportunities at companies large and small," said S. Scott Shriber, Babcox Media Group Publisher. "As an industry leader in the automotive aftermarket, Babcox Media is in an excellent position to connect aftermarket employers with our readers, who are the best this industry has to offer."

For more information about and to post your company’s employment opportunities, contact Karen Kaim at 330-670-1234 x295 or via email at [email protected].

About Babcox Media, Inc.

Babcox Media, Inc. (, founded in 1920, is a business-to-business media company serving the automotive aftermarket, tire, performance, collision, commercial trucking, engine building and powersports markets. Babcox offers a wide range of industry-specific print publications and digital websites and newsletters, in addition to custom publishing, video production, training, market research and list rental products and services.


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