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Superior Tire & Auto Opens Store No. 14

Superior Tire & Auto recently opened its 14th retail store in Richmond Hill, Ontario.

The store, situated just north of Toronto, offers most brand name and private label tires including Toyo, Michelin, Goodyear, Bridgestone, Yokohama, Kumho and Hercules, as well as complete automotive repairs and maintenance.

“This store opening continues our expansion into the southern Ontario marketplace and positions us well to service customers and their needs in the fast growing area of Oak Ridges, a community in Richmond Hill just north of the fifth largest city in North America,” said Paul Hyatt, owner and president of Superior Tire & Auto. He also added the new store opening “continues our growth strategies and reflects upon the success of our franchise system and pays tribute to our employees who have given such outstanding customer care service for over 69 years.”

Headquartered in Toronto, Superior Tire & Auto will celebrate its 70th year in business next April.

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