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RNR Tire Express & Custom Wheels Has 3 New Digital Platforms

Posted on April 20, 2017

The RNR Tire Express & Custom Wheels (RNR) franchise has added three digital platforms designed to increase lead generation, store traffic and quote assessments for franchise owners.

The first new digital platform is called the Resource Center. It provides a one-stop, total-solution for franchise owners to make real-time changes and dynamically tailor local marketing materials, preview options and order the materials directly through the center’s digital provider.

A new training platform, called Training University, offers an interactive experience for new franchise owners and new hires to review course information, take quizzes, and access a step-by-step guide outlining the grand opening process aimed at increasing employee engagement and success. The Training University is also equipped with tracking and notification options.

The third upgrade to RNR’s digital platforms is a newly designed, highly-interactive customer-facing website. The company says consumers can virtually customize their vehicle’s display at the new website. By choosing the year, make and model, visitors have the option to browse through thousands of tires and wheels which are generated through the site’s virtual gallery. In addition, the mobile-friendly platform offers an intuitive option to ‘click-to-quote’, which instantly connect customers to a local representative.

“RNR is thrilled to unveil our new support platforms in conjunction with our new and improved website – all of which we are extremely proud of,” says Larry Sutton, founder and president of RNR Tire Express & Custom Wheels and owner of SPF Management Co., which offers RNR franchises.

“As RNR continues to grow, we continue to be committed to providing the essential guidance, support and innovative resources needed to ensure the success of each franchise location along with making our customer experience even better.”

Since its founding in 2000, RNR has since grown to almost 100 locations in 22 states. The brand has experienced significant organic growth with 16 franchisees operating 86 locations, and over the past 15 months, RNR has opened a new store every month.

With its convenient, no hassle payment plans that fit each client’s budget, RNR says it offers and professionally installs high quality tires and custom wheels to a growing underserved market. The company says the unique pay-as-you-go or lease purchase business model is not just attractive to consumers as franchisees of RNR have witnessed the demand of the service and are reinvesting in the brand to open more locations throughout the nation.

For more information about RNR and its franchise opportunities, visit www.RNRfranchise.com.  

To see the new website, visit www.rnrwheels.com.

Related Topics: franchises, Larry Sutton, RNR Tire Express and Custom Wheels, training, websites

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