January 14th, 2014
Discount Tire/America’s Tire, based in Scottsdale, Arizona, is the world’s largest tire and wheel retailer. The company does business under the trade name Discount Tire in most of the U.S. and America’s Tire in Oregon, and parts of Washington and California. The company currently operates more than 875 stores across the country. In 2010, the company marked its 50th year serving customers as their trusted tire retailer in local markets across the U.S. Discount Tire/America’s Tire also sponsors NASCAR Nationwide Series and Monster Energy AMA Supercross.
Bruce Halle, Founder and Chairman of the Board
Tom Englert, Chief Executive Officer
Michael Zuieback, President
Christian Roe, Chief Financial Officer
Company Type: Private
20225 North Scottsdale Road
Scottsdale, Arizona 85255
Phone: (480) 606-6000
The store website, enables customers to research, make appointments and purchase tires or wheels at their convenience 24/7. www.discounttire.com, www.americastire.com
Discount Tire Direct
Our mail order business, offers enthusiasts and those outside our store markets to have product shipped directly to their home or office.
Currently over 875 stores in 28 states.
Six state-of-the-art service bays. Inviting showroom and customer waiting area.
Multi-brand Tire & Wheel Dealer
Discount Tire sells a wide selection of leading tire brands such as Michelin, Goodyear, Bridgestone, Yokohama, Kumho, BFGoodrich, Pirelli, Falken and GT Radial along with Discount Tire exclusive brands such as Arizonian, Road Hugger, Pathfinder and MB Wheels. Discount Tire also offers a variety of custom wheel brands including Liquid Metal, American Outlaw, Vision Wheel, Level 8, Voxx, TSW, Konig, Drag and many others.
Distribution Centers & Cross Dock Centers
Our mail-order business has distribution centers in Arizona, Ohio, Texas to ensure fast product delivery to our customers.
Cross dock centers in California, Texas and Indiana facilitate product distribution from manufacturers to our retail stores.
Our 1975 "Thank You" commercial holds the record as the longest-running TV ad.