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Virginia Tire & Auto Opens 17th Store

Posted on November 19, 2019

Virginia Tire & Auto LLC has opened a new store in Vienna, Va., the fourth new location the dealership has opened this year.

"We've designed our stores to be a modern mom-and-pop for busy families and businesspeople," says Julie Holmes, co-CEO of Virginia Tire & Auto LLC. 
"We've designed our stores to be a modern mom-and-pop for busy families and businesspeople," says Julie Holmes, co-CEO of Virginia Tire & Auto LLC. 
The opening brings Virginia Tire & Auto’s total store count to 17.

“This has been an exciting year for our company with the opening of four new stores,” says Julie Holmes, co-CEO of Virginia Tire & Auto.

The Vienna location is located at 2055 Chain Bridge Rd. and is managed by Josh Rodriguez, most recently the service manager at the chain’s Springfield, Va., outlet. It features a comfortable waiting area, free Wi-Fi, a dedicated customer shuttle, a free loaner car service, a kids play area and other amenities “for busy families and businesspeople,” according to Holmes.

To mark the store’s opening, Virginia Tire & Auto is offering $20 off oil changes at the location through Dec. 31, 2019. The dealership, which started in 1976, opened its 16th location last month.

Virginia Tire & Auto is the 66th largest independent tire store chain in the United States, according to the 2019 Modern Tire Dealer 100.

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