Retail

Mr. Used Tires to give away free Web site

Posted on August 5, 2010

Mr. Used Tires, a Syracuse, N.Y.-based company that designs and posts Web sites for independent tire dealers, is offering a chance for any independent tire dealer, wholesaler or distributor to win a free, custom-designed Web site at zero cost for one year.

Independent tire dealerships in the United States with one to 250 locations are eligible.

"Your custom Web site will assist you in generating new business revenue," say Mr. Used Tire officials. The company "will provide everything from hosting services to an e-mail address, contact form and great exposure on the Web for the winner."

Deadline for entry is Aug. 10. For more information, visit www.mrusedtires.com/Rentals.html

Related Topics: consumer tires, Mr. Used Tires

Comments ( 2 )
  • Peggy

     | about 4 years ago

    Hi my name is Peggy and im trying to find sponsors for the up coming year. I barrelrace and am looking for 4 new or used tires for my truck LT235/85/16 in size. In return I would put your business name on my trailer and would continue sharing and making and advertising on facebook, etc. I qualified for world in 2010 and won 2 buckles in 2011 every year my horse Sissy and I are getting better and better and we are working towards getting to the National finals rodeo. Thankyou for your time Peggy

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