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TIA rolling out new commercial truck tire/wheel service Internet site

Monday, November 8, 2010 - 01:00
A new website, www.certifiedtireservice.com, featuring complete contact information for Tire Industry Association (TIA) members who provide commercial truck tire and wheel service is being launched by the organization.

TIA members with current Certified Commercial Tire Service (CTS) Technicians linked to a member location will be listed in red, and will have a logo to represent their active CTS participation.

They have the opportunity to customize their listing and provide additional information for those in need of service. Locations can be searched by city, state or ZIP code, and the results also include a map to show the exact address.

“Commercial members have been asking us to provide this website for years, and we’re confident that they will find it has been well worth the wait,” reports TIA Senior Vice President of Training Kevin Rohlwing.

“Now that the website is updated automatically to reflect the most current membership and certification status, technicians in need of recertification can literally take the exam online, and the member location will change to red with the logo the following day,” he explains. “It’s as ‘real time’ as it gets,” Rohlwing points out.

“We believe that certifiedtireservice.com has the potential to become a recognized brand name for commercial truck tire and wheel service,” says TIA Executive Vice President Roy Littlefield. “It gives the driver or the company in need of service the option of selecting a vendor that has made the commitment to train and certify their technicians.”

In 2011, the organization will launch a promotional campaign that will highlight the 1,500 member locations and the 665 member locations that currently employ TIA-Certified Technicians. It is also in discussions to partner with other associations in the trucking and transportation industries to include links to certifiedtireservice.com on their respective Internet sites.

For more information visit www.tireindustry.org.

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