Boston Bruins defenseman Torey Krug and New England Patriots fullback James Develin will continue as celebrity spokespersons for Sullivan Tire Co. Inc. for the next 12 months.
A trio of Marine Corps veterans in Tennessee has turned a combined 44 years of military experience into a fast-growing tire business.
Online tire retailer TireGet offers credit financing for consumers through a new partnership with Synchrony Financial.
Michelin North America Inc. is accepting applications for the 2019-2020 scholarship it offers to students associated with the Tire Industry Association (TIA). The company will award three renewable scholarships for tuition, books and fees.
Autonomous vehicles are a hotbed subject in our industry, as they should be. They potentially affect everyone, even non-drivers, and certainly tire dealers. To some, it is just the next step in the evolution of transportation.
Count Pep Boys — Manny, Moe & Jack as another installation option for consumers buying tires online from Amazon.
The International Franchise Association (IFA) has named Judd Shader, founder and CEO of Leeds West Groups, as its Franchisee of the Year.
Bridgestone Corp. posted net income of 219.4 billion yen on net sales of 2.7 trillion yen for the first three quarters of its fiscal year ended Sept. 30, 2018. That compares to income of 197.8 billion yen on sales of 2.7 trillion yen for the same period in fiscal 2017.
Jeff Pohlman Tire & Auto Service Inc., a 28-year-old family owned and operated business with five locations in Ohio, has been acquired by Monro Inc.
Tire dealers are extending goodwill toward veterans in all sorts of ways in 2018. Here’s a look at how five companies are honoring the sacrifices of veterans, and their families.
Each month Dennis McCarron shares insights on what it takes to manage a busy, profitable tire business. We've gathered some of his most popular columns in this Thanksgiving-week edition of Hotwire.
Centric Parts’ next-generation PQ Pro Disc Brake Pads do not require a break-in period and are designed to eliminate brake fade, improve brake response and reduce excessive noise.
Often, as is the case, a tire and automotive shop will employ a store manager. That is what we call the job, a store manager. But is your store manager really a store manager? Or is he or she a sales manager? Let’s look at the differences.