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Tire Review back issues
Market share remains key. (Goodyear Tire and Rubber Co. to sell through mass merchandiser channel) (Company Profile)
April 1, 1992... Like the little boy who doesn't agree with the way the game is being played and proclaims, "l"II take my ball and go home," many independent Goodyear tire dealers are now saying thing like, "The rules have changed," and "What's fair for them is fair for me." What's all the fuss? It's...
B/F stores selling Michelins. (Bridgestone/Firestone Inc.; Michelin Tire Corp.)
April 1, 1992... New |Tire Zone' to appeal to more customers, but Michelin is unhappy The crazy world of tire retailing just got crazier. Bridgestone/Firestone has made it official and announce a unique marketing move which will add a "store-within-a-store" called the "Tire Zone at Firestone." The tire...
Thinking about business. (information exchange among tire dealers) (View Point) (Column)
April 1, 1992... Recent personal contacts strengthen and change views During the past three weeks, almost all of which was spent travelling, I had the opportunity to visit with several hundred tire dealers and a number of suppliers. As a result of those visits, I have strengthened some opinions and had...
They're baaaaaack...: Asian tiger mosquitoes continue to be found in scrap tire piles. (Tire Talk) (Column)
April 1, 1992... Asian tiger mosquitoes continue to be found in scrap tire piles Just when you thought it was safe to again tell your friends that you're in the tire business... those pesky Asian tiger mosquitoes are becoming newsworthy again, and disease control officials are putting the blame on used...
The Sears model. (Bridgestone/Firestone Inc.'s decision to sell tires to Sears signifies changes in marketing strategies for the tire industry) (Market Analysis) (Column)
April 1, 1992... Independents may have to copy it to survive Tire manufacturers have paradoxically succeeded in producing products so technologically advanced that fewer are needed on a per capita basis. Therefore, every tire sale has become relatively more important, and major tire companies are faced...