Discount Tire Expands Into Alabama

Posted on October 12, 2017
Discount Tire has opened its first store in Alabama.
Discount Tire has opened its first store in Alabama.

Discount Tire has expanded its footprint to 34 states with the opening of its first store in Alabama.

The company has opened stores in 11 states since 2013.

The newest Discount Tire store is in Madison, a city near the northern border of the state and located about 10 miles west of Huntsville.

The Madison outlet is at 8042 Highway 72 West, near the intersection of Wall Triana Highway and across the street from Hardee's. The phone number is 256-716-6777.

Discount Tire recently announced plans to open stores in Pennsylvania. The company says the expansion of its footprint in major U.S. markets and the addition of neighborhood retail tire stores in new states as key areas of focus for future growth.

Discount Tire sells a wide selection of tire brands including Michelin, Goodyear, Bridgestone, BFGoodrich, Pirelli, Falken, Continental and Cooper along with exclusive brands such as Arizonian, Road Hugger and Pathfinder. For more information, visit

Founded in 1960 by Bruce Halle, Scottsdale, Ariz.-based Reinalt-Thomas Corp. does business under the trade name Discount Tire in most of the U.S., America’s Tire in parts of California and as Discount Tire Direct online. The company has more than 950 stores and holds the top spot on the Modern Tire Dealer 100.

Related Topics: Bruce Halle, Discount Tire, new stores

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