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Tire Discounters Opens Another Indy Store

Posted on July 10, 2019

Tire Discounters Inc. has opened a store in Plainfield, Ind., part of the greater Indianapolis area. This is the third Indy-area store for the tire dealer to open in less than two months.

While new to Indianapolis, Tire Discounters has had a presence in Indiana for more than two decades.

The Plainfield location will employ 12 to 15 local folks who are eager to serve their community. “We are proud to be a part of the Plainfield community, and cannot wait to meet our new neighbors,” says Eldon Riggs, director of retail operations in Indianapolis.

The store is located at 375 S. Perry Road.

“When you hand your keys over you can rest assured your vehicle will be serviced by knowledgeable and caring technicians who take pride in keeping their customers safe,” says Charles Curlee, vice president of sales. “We take the time to do it right and are eager to show our new neighbors in Plainfield why Tire Discounters is consistently recognized as an industry leader.”

For more information, visit www.tirediscounters.com.

Related Topics: Charles Curlee, Indianapolis, MTD 100, new stores, Tire Discounters

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