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Discount Tire Added 55 Stores in 2018

Posted on January 7, 2019

Discount Tire crossed the 1,000-store threshold in September 2018, and also opened this outlet in Henrico, Va., during the year.
Discount Tire crossed the 1,000-store threshold in September 2018, and also opened this outlet in Henrico, Va., during the year.
Discount Tire added 55 stores nationwide in 2018, with nine outlets opened in December alone.

The latest store openings occurred in six states: Arkansas, Kansas, North Carolina, Texas, Wisconsin and Virginia. The cities and the dates of the store openings follow:

Watauga, Texas – Dec. 10

San Antonio, Texas - Dec. 21

Jacksonville, N.C. - Dec. 21

Denton, Texas – Dec. 24

Plano, Texas – Dec. 24

Olathe, Kan. – Dec. 26

Madison, Wis. – Dec. 28

Bristol, Va. – Dec. 31

North Little Rock, Ark. – Dec. 31

The company now has 1,020 stores. The parent company, Reinalt-Thomas Corp., does business as Discount Tire (and America’s Tire in parts of California). The 1,000th Discount Tire store was opened on Sept. 10, 2018.

Related Topics: Discount Tire, new stores

Comments ( 1 )
  • ROSS S DAWSON

     | about 3 months ago

    We all like discount however the biggest thing I see with Discount Tires they get the balance close but not 100% seems a lot of the kids working their try to work too fast that's just my observation cuz I've had to have my tires rebalanced at other shops after after leaving their driving back to my house 75 miles from there that's my only gripe otherwise they're fine the prices are good but the the employees there are very very friendly and try to help does it take more time to get the balance 100% thanks

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