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Dunn Tire promotes longtime executive

Posted on April 28, 2014

Dunn Tire LLC has named David Simons executive vice president and chief financial officer. He will report directly to Chairman and President Randy Clark.

Simons (pictured) joined Dunn Tire as corporate controller in 1993 and has served as its CFO since 1999. Previously, he was a CPA with the Buffalo office of Ernst & Young for 12 years.

Simons is a member of the Dunn Tire board of directors and is immediate past chairman of the Sisters Hospital Foundation board. He also has served on the boards of American Car Care Centers Inc. and the New York Choice Self Insurance Trust.

Dunn Tire, based in Buffalo, N.Y., is a privately owned company with 30 retail stores and four wholesale distribution centers in Upstate New York and western Pennsylvania. The company ranks 35th on the Modern Tire Dealer 100 list.

For more information about Dunn Tire, visit www.dunntire.com.

Related Topics: David Simons, Dunn Tire, MTD 100, Randy Clark

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