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Sullivan Tire Is Growing in Massachusetts

Posted on June 12, 2019

Sullivan Tire Co. Inc. has opened the first of two new stores this summer in Massachusetts, giving the company 73 retail locations in New England.

Sullivan Tire dba Sullivan Tire and Auto Service, acquired the assets of David's Tire and Auto, 898 Turnpike St., in Canton, Mass. The store opened on June 10, 2019, with 5,000 square-feet of space and eight service bays. The store will remain open during renovations this summer. Many of the staff of David's Tire continue to work at the store.

The company has also acquired a former Meineke store in Reading, Mass. The 4,354 square-foot store has six service bays, and will open later in the summer of 2019 after "major renovations."

“We are excited about our continued growth in New England," says Paul Sullivan, vice president of marketing at Sullivan Tire. "Canton and Reading, Massachusetts both fit perfectly into our expansion plans, and we are thrilled to serve both of these communities."

Sullivan Tire is No. 14 on the Modern Tire Dealer 100 list of the largest independent tire dealers in the U.S. In addition to its retail stores, the company also operates15 commercial truck centers, 13 wholesale locations, three tire retread facilities, two LiftWorks facilities, and two distribution centers in Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Connecticut and Maine.

For more information on Sullivan Tire please visit www.sullivantire.com.

Related Topics: acquisitions, Massachusetts, MTD 100, new stores, Paul Sullivan, Sullivan Tire

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