The Cleveland Plain Dealer says Dealer Tire LLC is a "Top Workplace" in Northeast Ohio. The newspaper selected Dealer Tire based solely on the results of an associate survey administered by an independent research firm.
Dealer Tire LLC reports Bain Capital Private Equity has made a significant investment in the company to accelerate growth and expansion. Financial terms of the private investment were not disclosed and proceeds will be used to purchase the interests of Lindsay Goldberg LLC, the company’s current investment partner since December 2014.
Dealer Tire LCC is one of the top workplaces in Northeast Ohio, according to a 2018 associate feedback survey sponsored by the Cleveland Plain Dealer and administered by an independent research firm.
Dealer Tire LLC continues to evolve as one of the largest tire wholesalers in the U.S. Its recent investment in Simple Tire LLC, dba SimpleTire.com, is one sign of that.
Two companies that have disrupted the tire industry in their own ways are partnering. Dealer Tire LLC says it is making "a significant investment" in Simple Tire LLC.
Dealer Tire LLC is a "leading" investor in a new tire sensor and data management company, Tyrata Inc., which recently ended its series A financing offer. Thanks to several investors, the company received an influx of $4.5 million.
A recent story by a national news organization about Dealer Tire LLC was very likely a non-story. But it sheds some light on how news items can be misleading.
Trek Tire LLC is recalling certain Dunlop GrandTrek PT3A passenger car tires, in size 275/50R21, manufactured between Dec. 1, 2016, and Dec. 7, 2016. The potential number of units affected is 1,400.
Hunter Engineering Co. showcased its Quick Check and Quick Tread equipment alongside several partners, including Dealer Tire LLC, at the National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA) event, NADA 2017.
Dealer Tire LLC is looking to relocate and expand its home base in Cleveland, Ohio, and the city council is considering financial incentives worth $6.5 million in an effort to keep the tire dealer in the city.
Remember the late 1980s? Debbie Gibson and Milli Vanilli were top music acts. The late Peter Jennings anchored the ABC evening news. George Bush the First was president. And foreign tire manufacturers were buying up their U.S. counterparts left and right.
Although American Tire Distributors Holdings Inc. lost money (at least on paper) in 2014, it increased its sales by more than 30%, to $5 billion.
Is RightTurn.com the next Tire Rack? Not exactly. Both sell tires online. But how they do it differs in one very important way.