TIA’s Brown to speak at 1-800EveryRim lunch

Posted on December 20, 2013
Bill Eordekian (right) was joined by Sean Chidsey, western regional vice president for Pep Boys-Manny, Moe & Jack, at the 2012 luncheon.

Bill Eordekian (right) was joined by Sean Chidsey, western regional vice president for Pep Boys-Manny, Moe & Jack, at the 2012 luncheon.

The second annual - OEM Wheels Happy New Year Luncheon will take place on Jan. 16, 2014, when Tire Industry Association (TIA) President Ken Brown will present “TIA Today – TIA Tomorrow.”

A tour of the 1-800EverRim warehouse will take place before the event.

Last year’s event included top retailers, California Tire Dealers Association members, Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) Wheel & Tire Council dealer members, vendors and industry leaders including MTD contributor Wayne Williams of Exsell Marketing.

“Ken is the perfect fit for this gathering as he is a second-generation independent tire dealer who understands what most of our attendees experience each day,” 1-800EveryRim President Billy Eordekian stated.

Brown’s family operates Alan Brown Tire Center with two locations in Oregon, and is a Les Schwab Tire dealer.

For more information, email Eordekian at

For more news on 1-800EveryRim see:

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Related Topics: 1-800EveryRim, Billy Eordekian, Ken Brown, Pep Boys, TIA

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