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Tire Franchise Puts American’s Average Travel in Perspective

On January 21st, 2014 Leave a Comment

Americans drive 3 trillion miles a year. Just how far is that, really, tire franchise asks…

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Tire Franchise Review: ‘I Need to Own One’ says Big O Tires Associate

On January 14th, 2014 Leave a Comment

Q&A with Greg Kimberlin, owner of two Big O Tires franchise stores in Kentucky. Learn more about one of America’s biggest tire franchises.

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Tire Franchise Review: Bill Walker Has Seen Both Sides of Big O

On October 24th, 2013 Leave a Comment

Bill Walker was part of the corporate staff at Big O, and his insider perspective inspired him to become a franchise owner In 2001, Bill Walker faced a choice – to keep the corporate job he had enjoyed for 13 years supporting Big O franchisees, or jump into the world of franchise ownership, trusting that […]

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5 Reasons Customers Opt For Big O Branded Tires

On October 22nd, 2013 Leave a Comment

    Better warranty, lower price, and personalized service make Big O branded tires a better value for everyone Big O carries the most popular tire brands such as Michelin, Goodyear, and BFGoodrich. But, one of the many things that separates Big O from the competition, is its premium tire line. Big O tires are […]

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Big O Tires Franchise Review: Family Business Keeps Growing

On October 1st, 2013 Leave a Comment

Derek and Jared Edwards could have gone independent with their 21-year-old family business. They stuck with Big O, and they’re setting records. Derek Edwards grew up at the Big O Tires in Sandy, Utah. “We have a lot of customers who know me from when I was pulling weeds and sweeping the parking lot,” he […]

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Big O Tire Franchise Review: ‘They gave me a plan that made me successful’

On September 17th, 2013 Leave a Comment

Joe Happel and business partner Brad Graham own 3 Big O tire franchises Joe Happel, 44, always expected to work hard. One of seven siblings, he was providing full service at a gas station near Louisville, Ky., when his work ethic impressed Dohn Graham, one of Big O’s co-founders. Would Joe be interested in joining […]

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