Tire Discounters Grows to Seven North Alabama Locations

This entry was posted on Dec 20, 2019 by Tire Discounters.


Family owned and operated Tire Discounters, the nation’s seventh-largest independent tire and automotive service retailer, is now open in Athens, Alabama. The new location is conveniently located on Highway 72 near the junction with I-65. “We’re excited to bring our unique approach to tire and automotive repair to Athens. Now our customers won’t have to drive over to Huntsville to see us,” says Crissy Niese, chief customer officer, SVP.
Tire Discounters, known as the home of the free alignment, serves both residential and fleet customers, offering a full range of automotive services, including a free alignment with the purchase of four-tires with standard installation. “We know our customers can shop anywhere, but they choose Tire Discounters for our quality service, and great value and we’re honored to earn their business,” says Jamie Ward, President.
Now open: 15401 Greenfield Drive, Athens AL 35613 (256) 867-2060

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About Tire Discounters

Tire Discounters was founded by Chip Wood in 1976 and is still family-owned and operated. Chip remains the sole owner and company Chairman, but over the past several years has been smoothly transitioning to the second generation of leadership. President, Jamie Ward, a valued employee for over 20 years, is now the driving force in the company day-to-day, working closely with Chip’s children; Steven, Anna, and Evan Wood to help them learn the business from the ground up.
Tire Discounters is currently the nation’s seventh-largest independent tire retailer and is growing rapidly. The company leads the way in providing unique and innovative customer benefits designed to make tires last longer and maximize the overall performance of a car or light truck. Tire Discounters’ ASE-certified technicians provide routine automotive repair and factory scheduled maintenance. Tire Discounters currently employs more than 1,200 people in over 125 locations in Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, Tennessee, Georgia, and Alabama. For more information, visit