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  1. Falken Extends Road Hazard Warranty to 11 Tire Lines

    Falken Tire Corp. has expanded its road hazard protection warranty to cover 11 replacement tire lines for new purchases made after Jan. 1, 2019, through Dec. 31, 2019.
  2. AP Emissions Expands Exhaust and Catalytic Converter Programs

    AP Emissions added more than 765 SKUs to its exhaust and catalytic converter programs in 2018, increasing coverage by more than 50 million vehicles.
  3. Monro Will Report Financials Jan. 31

    Monro Inc. will report earnings from the company's fiscal 2019 third quarter on Jan. 31, 2019.
  4. Hotwire Will Return Jan. 22

    Due to the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday, Modern Tire Dealer will not publish Hotwire on Monday. Look for the next edition on Tuesday, Jan. 22.
  5. Max Finkelstein Opens 2nd Distribution Center in Virginia

    Max Finkelstein Inc. has opened its second distribution center in Virginia. The new DC is located outside of Richmond, Va., in Colonial Heights.
  6. Big O Tires Moves Into Texas

    TBC Corp. has sold eight of its NTB Tire & Service Center stores in Texas to a Big O Tires franchisee, allowing the Big O Tires brand to enter the Lone Star State.  
  7. Four Employees Promoted to Key Leadership Roles at Mighty

    Ken Voelker, president and CEO of Mighty Distributing System of America (MDSA), dba Mighty Auto Parts, a Gonher company, announced the promotion of four employees to key leadership roles.
  8. Goodyear's Tire Volume Dropped 3% in Final Quarter of 2018

    Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. says three factors caused its tire unit volume to fall in the final months of 2018.
  9. Federated Auto Parts Contest Prize Combines Training and Baseball

    Federated Auto Parts will award a trip to Automotive Video Inc.’s (AVI) spring training conference March 21-23, 2019, in Fort Myers, Fla.
  10. Michelin Celebrates Its IMSA Connection at NAIAS

    For Michelin North America Inc., 2019 is the year of the International Motor Sports Association (IMSA). And that partnership is about more than racing, Scott Clark says.