Virginia Tire & Auto is celebrating the opening of its 13th store in Bristow and 40th anniversary with a variety of "birthday party" events.

Virginia Tire & Auto is celebrating the opening of its 13th store in Bristow and 40th anniversary with a variety of "birthday party" events.

Fairfax-based Virginia Tire & Auto LLC has opened its 13th facility in northern Virginia in Bristow. It is the company’s second location in Prince William County.

In conjunction with the company’s 40th anniversary, racing legend and Firestone brand spokesman, Mario Andretti will be the guest of honor at the store’s grand opening event on Thursday, August 25. Andretti will visit with fans and sign autographs.

“This summer is a celebration at Virginia Tire & Auto as we announce our 13th location, celebrate our 40th anniversary and welcome Mario Andretti,” says Julie Holmes, president of Virginia Tire & Auto.

“As Virginia Tire & Auto expands further into Northern Virginia, we continue to deliver the exceptional customer service and matchless experience my father began in 1976. We are honored and humbled that for 40 years our customers have relied on our commitment to car care service at all of our locations.”

The Bristow location features:

* 11 bays;

* Hunter tire changer and Hunter Quick Check alignment equipment;

* extended hours;

* ASE-certified technicians;

* free Wi-Fi;

* loaner car service (a fleet of 50 vehicles);

* dedicated customer shuttle; and

* kids’ play area.

“Virginia Tire & Auto is looking forward to serving the Bristow community, offering the newest in automotive technologies with incomparable customer care,” said Ben Wilson, Manager.

On Friday, July 29, from 10 am-3 pm, the Nationwide #88 NASCAR will be on display at the Bristow location along with food and fun for families. For more information and dates of all events (May-August), visit vatire.com.

Virginia Tire & Auto was twice named the “Best Automotive Maintenance Service Provider” by Northern Virginia magazine and most recently named one of the top multi-generational, family-owned businesses in the Washington, D.C., metro region by the Washington Business Journal.

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