Recently at an estate sale I purchased a couple of diaries that record daily life in the 1870s. One of the writers relayed how he “had to change the right rear” following a visit to a neighboring city. That right rear was, of course, one of his horse’s shoes.
It’s midnight, your dealership is closed. A car slowly cruises by on the street behind your shop, its occupants taking in your parking lot, your showroom, looking for something to steal.
While you’re watching the “Big Game” on Sunday, you might be interested to know that the product you sell plays a major part in the safety of the athletes.
One of our National Advisory Council members wrote me and commented on the high number of tire dealerships which had changed hands last year. He was right. On our website, I found reports on more than 20 transactions!
"Yanko Design," a web magazine for all sorts of new design concepts, currently is featuring an idea for tires called the Discolor Tyre.