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Former Monro Executive Joins Tire Discounters

Posted on September 10, 2019

Tire Discounters Inc. has named former Monro Inc. executive Jeff Campbell vice president of purchasing.

The Cincinnati, Ohio-based dealership says it is expanding its procurement department to leverage growth.

“As our business continues to expand rapidly, we continue to adapt to ensure the building blocks of our success remain a strong foundation for continued expansion," says Tire Discounters President Jamie Ward. "Our procurement team is poised to deliver the value we need to remain one of the nation’s top tire and automotive retailers for years to come."

Campbell also serves as board chairman for the Automotive Maintenance and Repair Association (AMRA). He has over 20 years’ automotive industry experience in retail management, logistics, merchandising, and procurement.

Campbell joined Tire Discounters from Monro Inc., where he most recently served as vice president parts merchandising and indirect procurement.

Tire Discounters has 125 stores and holds the No. 7 spot on the Modern Tire Dealer 100 ranking of the nation’s largest independent tire dealers.

Tire Discounters employs more than 1,200 people in Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, Tennessee, Georgia, and Alabama. For more information, visit www.tirediscounters.com.

Related Topics: executive appointments, Jeff Campbell, Monro Inc., Tire Discounters

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