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Tire Discounters Adds 2 Stores in Greater Indianapolis

Posted on February 3, 2020
Tire Discounters has grown to eight locations in Greater Indianapolis in six months.
Tire Discounters has grown to eight locations in Greater Indianapolis in six months.

The recent opening of stores in Westfield and Avon brings Tire Discounters Inc. to eight outlets in the greater Indianapolis area, just six months after entering that market in June 2019.

The Westfield store is at 3540 E. State Rd. 32, (317) 399-5122. The Avon store is at 9073 Rockville Rd., (463) 212-7211.

Founded in 1976 by Chip Wood, the family-owned company offers a free alignment with the purchase of four tires with standard installation.

“A lot has changed in the last forty years, but what hasn’t changed is our way of doing business. Now with over 130 stores, our dedication to focusing on the details in every aspect of our business and to the communities in which we live, and work is what sets us apart,” says Jamie Ward, president.

Wood remains the sole owner and company chairman, but over the past several years has been smoothly transitioning to the second generation of leadership. Ward, an employee for over 20 years, is works closely with Chip’s children; Anna, Steven, and Evan Wood to help them learn the business from the ground up.

Based in Cincinnati, Ohio, Tire Discounters is the seventh largest independent tire store chain in the United States, according to the 2019 Modern Tire Dealer 100.

Tire Discounters serves both residential and fleet customers, offering a full range of manufacturer-recommended automotive services.

The company currently employs more than 1,200 people in over 130 locations in Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, Tennessee, Georgia, and Alabama. For more information, visit www.tirediscounters.com.

Related Topics: consumer tires, new stores, retail, Tire Discounters

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