Les Schwab Tire Centers is welcoming a new CEO. Mike Broberg, the company’s CFO for the past four years, will become its next CEO in early 2023. Jack Cuniff, who became CEO in 2018, has announced plans to retire at the end of 2022. Cuniff will become chair of Les Schwab’s Board when the transition
Les Schwab expects to close on the acquisition of Plains Tire Co. in early August 2021.
The sale is expected to be completed by the end of the year at a non-disclosed purchase price.
Consumers can leverage Les Schwab’s network of tire facilities while being provided fleet-minded pricing, CarAdvise says.
Les Schwab Tire Centers has filed a lawsuit against Hexpol Compounding, seeking $3.9 million in damages connected to the company’s first tire recall in its history.
The Oregon Cout of Appeals has ruled that a wrongful death lawsuit involving an exploding tire sold at a Les Schwab Tire Center store should move forward.
New leadership is coming to the helm of Les Schwab.
Les Schwab Tire Centers is recalling certain steel-belted radial truck tires that it retreaded for their customers.
Les Schwab workers came to the rescue of a woman who was being assaulted by a man outside a Les Schwab store located in Olympia, Wash. The man is facing multiple assault charges, according to local media reports. On March 31, officers were called to the Les Schwab Tire Center, responding to an alleged assault.
KVAL TV reported that a Les Schwab Tire Centers truck hauling two trailers of tires went off the road for an unknown reason in Prospect, Ore., on Aug. 8, and collided head-on with a tree. The driver suffered serious injuries, according to the local media station.