Brothers, Co-Founders of Malvern’s Turn5 Recognized for E-Commerce Entrepreneurialism

Turn5 co-founders Steve and Andrew Voudouris.

Steve and Andrew Voudouris, co-founders of Malvern’s Turn5, have won the Greater Philadelphia EY Entrepreneur of the Year 2017 Award for E-Commerce, according to a report from Aftermarket News.

The brothers received the award during a special event at the Kimmel Center for Performing Arts in Philadelphia.

Turn5 provides automotive enthusiasts with aftermarket auto parts, content, and customer service through its three e-retail stores:,, and

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While still teenagers, Steve and Andrew realized that the mail-order, auto-parts industry lacked depth and was ripe for disruption. This led them to their concept that turned a one-dimensional catalogue into a more interactive experience.

Fifteen years on, CEO Steve Voudouris and executive marketing director Andrew Voudouris are still focused on improving the customer experience.

“Our mission is to help people pursue their passions and hobbies more easily,” said Steve. “Products, websites, videos, digital marketing, and live customer chat – it’s all about enabling our customers to do what they love. This award is a proud moment for our entire staff of over 400.”

Read more about the award from Aftermarket News here, and check out previous VISTA Today coverage of Turn5 here.

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