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Boyd’s Tire updates website

Posted on January 6, 2014

Boyd’s Tire & Service Center has updated its website with new tools, multiple search features, an updated product catalog and easier navigation.

The company says customers can find out about services and schedule an appointment, search for tires, and get news on vehicle maintenance and exclusive deals on services and tires from the home page. In addition, online shoppers can use an online tire reservation feature, and get all-inclusive pricing on the website.

The redesign was done by TCS Technologies, a provider of technology solutions to the tire and auto service industries.

Established in 1996, Boyd’s Tire and Service Center is owned by Keith Boyd. The company is headquartered in Westerville, Ohio, and has seven locations serving the Columbus and central Ohio area.

For more information, visit www.boydstire.com.

Related Topics: Boyd's Tire and Service Center, Keith Boyd, TCS Technologies

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