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Plaza Tire Service opens 57th store

Posted on October 21, 2013

Plaza Tire Service has opened its 57th outlet in St. Peters, Mo. The newly built store is the company’s second location within the city and its seventh store in St. Charles County.

The opening of the St. Peters location brings Plaza Tire Service’s store count to 57 outlets distributed throughout Metro St. Louis, Mid-Missouri, Southeast Missouri, Southern Illinois, Western Kentucky and Northeast Arkansas.

The new occupies 7,020 square feet and consists of a showroom and nine service bays. Plaza Tire Service carries Bridgestone, Yokohama, Firestone, Michelin, BFGoodrich, Pirelli, Falken, Nokian and Dick Cepek off-road tires plus custom wheels.

Plaza Tire Service is No. 16 on the Modern Tire Dealer 100 list. The company is celebrating 50 years in business throughout 2013. For more information see “Plaza Tire is celebrating 50 years.”

Related Topics: Modern Tire Dealer 100, Plaza Tire Service

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