Tire Discounters Relocates Headquarters To Downtown Cincinnati, Ohio
"We believe moving our headquarters to downtown Cincinnati makes great sense for our company's growth plan, but it's also important for me because this means Tire Discounters Headquarters will remain in the same region it first started 39 years ago," said Cincinnati native, Chip Wood, Founder/Chairman of Tire Discounters. "We looked at several locations in multiple cities, but in the end this location was the best for us and our employees." added Wood.
"This is a very important and exciting move for Tire Discounters as we quickly expand our business," said Paul Brunner, President/CEO. "We're opening new stores, expanding the markets we're in, adding a distribution center and now moving our corporate headquarters to downtown Cincinnati so we have more space. It's certainly an exciting time to be part of the momentum happening here," added Brunner.
According to Brunner, the announcement coincides with the opening of a second distribution center in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, in the greater Nashville area. The 67,200-square-foot warehouse facility, scheduled to open within the next month, will create new job opportunities in the area and enable Tire Discounters to better support the company's expanding footprint in Tennessee.
Tire Discounters' primary distribution center will remain in Sharonville, Ohio. According to a company spokesperson, Tire Discounters' primary warehouse, various operations, growing training facilities, and many workers will remain in Sharonville.
According to Brunner, the company has outgrown the Sharonville campus and moving the corporate headquarters downtown will allow for further expansion. "We look forward to remaining an important part of the Sharonville community," he said.
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