Commercial Business

TBC Brands Is Headed to WasteExpo

Posted on April 16, 2018

TBC Brands LLC is taking mixed service tires from the Sumitomo and Sailun brands to the 2018 WasteExpo April 24-26, 2018, in Las Vegas, Nev.

“Both Sumitomo and Sailun provide mixed service tires that exceed expectations for customers in the service industry, municipal and government entities and transportation fleets,” says Aaron Murphy, vice president of commercial tire sales for TBC. “We are eager to have the opportunity to interact with leaders in the industry at the upcoming expo.”

Expo participants will have a chance to win their choice of Sumitomo or Sailun tires through the Commercial Truck Tire Giveaway by registering at the Sumitomo and Sailun booth (No. 3101). Additional giveaway details will be available at the booth.

WasteExpo is a three-day event, now in its 50th year, that attracts more than 13,000 industry professionals and nearly 600 exhibitors.

For more information on TBC Brands, visit

Related Topics: Aaron Murphy, Sailun, Sumitomo brand, TBC Brands, WasteExpo

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