Expands to Midwest with New Retail Used Tire Center in Chicago, Illinois

Share Article, one of the nation’s leading providers of used tires for passenger and truck vehicles, is pleased to announce the grand opening of its second major used tire retail storefront and distribution center in Chicago, Illinois. The new retail store will operate directly out of the major Chicago distribution hub that currently services online customers within the 48 contiguous states.

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“We are very excited to be servicing Chicago and the surrounding suburbs with our new retail and distribution tire facility" has serviced budget-minded online used tire shoppers for the past two years. Now, in addition to their Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania retail facility, will provide the Chicago, Illinois region the opportunity to bypass shipping fees and delivery times and realize an even larger shopping discount by purchasing tires directly from the new retail storefront.

“We are very excited to be servicing Chicago and the surrounding suburbs with our new retail and distribution tire facility,” stated Bryan Corbett, Managing Partner with “We have been shipping a large volume of tires to the Midwest and West Coast for the past year, and this new location will allow us to better service our online customers in those regions as well as offer discounted shopping directly to the Chicagoland consumer.” operates one of the nation’s largest online used tire distribution facilities directly out of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. With an inventory of over 20 thousand tires, carrying all sizes and all major brands, has quickly become synonymous with low prices and friendly customer service. With the official opening of their retail storefront in Chicago, IL, is making a national footprint.

“We’ve seen a lot of trends in the past year from our retail customers – people still want to save a lot of money buying used tires, but they also want a high quality tire with a lot of tread life remaining,” stated Brad Rea, Managing Partner with “We’ve focused on carrying high grade used tires in nearly every size imaginable and have seen great results so far. Used tires are great for lease turn-ins, pothole blowouts, tire inspection, and replacing tires in sets of two and four. Over the next few weeks we’ll build out our inventory and be able to provide used tires for nearly every type of customer in Chicago.”

Chicago customers can check used tire inventory availability online or call directly, download directions from the website, and even schedule pickup times with the customer service department. “In the past year we’ve seen the good and bad of our retail operation in Pittsburgh – what works well and what doesn’t, if you will,” stated Adam Klosky, Retail Sales Manager with “We’ve applied all of the lessons we’ve learned from our Pittsburgh operation and hopefully eliminated most of the inefficiencies.”

Conveniently located less than 4 miles from the Chicago Loop, the new retail storefront will share the same physical address as their distribution hub at 2720 W Grand Ave, Chicago, IL 60612. Retail hours will be Monday through Friday, 7 AM – 5:30 PM CST, and Saturdays 9 AM - 4 PM CST.

Customers in the Chicago region interested in learning more about the new retail storefront should contact Bryan Corbett at 773-877-3358. National customers can continue to place orders either online or by phone by contacting sales at 888-531-TIRE.

For additional information on the news that is the subject of this release please call Bryan Corbett at 773-877-3358 or contact us via the web.

About, one of the nation’s largest used tire retailers with over 20 thousand passenger and truck tires, provides a safe and affordable tire solution to budget-minded consumers. Currently servicing the 48 contiguous United States directly via, as well as two national retail storefronts – Pittsburgh, PA and Chicago, IL. continues to provide substantial savings on used tires and friendly customer service to customers nationwide.

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