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July 4, 2014

Firestone sets grand re-opening

DUNCAN — Bridgestone Retail Operations plans to celebrate the grand re-opening of its newest store in Duncan on July 25, the company said.

The Duncan Expert Tire location in downtown Duncan will become a Firestone Complete Auto Care location.

The building at 901 W. Walnut has been repainted as part of the change.

“We are thrilled to re-open our location as a Firestone Complete Auto Care,” said Randy Lofland, store manager. “We’re looking forward to delivering the same excellent level of service under our new banner, while providing an environment with a new look and feel for our customers to enjoy while we work on their vehicles.”

Bridgestone Retail Operations operates the largest network of company-owned automotive service providers in the world with more than 2,200 tire and automotive service centers in the United States.

The company’s headquarters is in Bloomingdale, Ill.


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