Meineke Adds Stores in Three Cities

Posted on December 14, 2017
The new Meineke store in Mobile, Ala., is Driven Brand's second Meineke franchise in the south Alabama market.
The new Meineke store in Mobile, Ala., is Driven Brand's second Meineke franchise in the south Alabama market.

Meineke Car Care Centers LLC has opened outlets in Mobile, Ala., Philadelphia, Pa., and Virginia Beach, Va.

The new Mobile store (No. 2742) is located at 1370 North University Boulevard. The owners of the Mobile facility are Kenneth Kleban, Albert J. Kleban and Evan J. Kleban, who operate Kleban Properties, a real estate and franchise management company. It is their first Meineke location.

The North University Boulevard store is the second Meineke franchise in the south Alabama market.

The Philadelphia store (No. 2155) is located at 9909 Northeast Avenue. The owner is Douglas “Todd” Mullaney. According to the Meineke website, the Northeast Avenue store is the company’s 11th franchise location in the city.

The Virginia Beach store (No. 2739) is located at 1321 Diamond Springs Road. The owner of the Virginia Beach facility is John Nowacek, and this is his first Meineke center. The Meineke website lists six stores, including the new Diamond Springs Road store, in the Virginia Beach market.

Automotive services offered at Meineke stores include tune-ups, diagnostic analysis, oil changes, tire and wheel services, exhaust and catalytic converter repairs, springs, batteries and air-conditioning service.

Meineke is a division of Driven Brands, Inc. The company says there are nearly 1,000 stores in the Meineke franchise network that service about three million cars a year.

Related Topics: Meineke Car Care Centers LLC, new stores

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