Our mistake: We were live, but not accurate

Posted on January 31, 2014

Our first story about the 2014 Goodyear Dealer Meeting in Nashville, Tenn., revealed where Goodyear thinks the econony and our industry are headed this year.

The purpose was to give Goodyear some positive ink. Unfortunately, there were a number of errors in the copy, for which we sincerely apologize.

We have made the corrections, and now you can read what really happened on the first day of the event. Just click on this link: "Live from the 2014 goodyear dealer meeting."

The overall tone of what Goodyear told attendees remains the same -- positive.

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