Chris Kiever from Les Schwab Tires came in to talk about tire advice and to recognize people in Utah who make a difference in the lives of others.
Founder's Day Promotion/Background
· When you buy tires at Les Schwab, we'll be there for whatever the road throws your way. That means free care for the life of your tires when it comes to flats, pothole damage and mileage care.
· Les Schwab provides free care for the life of your tires. It's the Best Tire Value Promise, and it comes with every tire we sell.
· Now that its summer there is a lot of road construction, people moving etc. which means that there is a higher chance for your tires to encounter nails, flats and pot holes.
· When you buy tires at Les Schwab, you'll get the peace of mind of having a lifetime warranty will all the tires we sell.
· Summer can be even rougher on your car than the winter because the roads are recovering from the previous season's weather, which means pot holes and construction. Well, with Les Schwab, we've got your tires covered with our free care for the life of your tires.
· Les Schwab promises you free peace of mind because when you purchase tires with us you get lifetime tire and mileage care for free!
Recapping the contest & why Les Schwab is involved
We want to recognize people in Utah who are making a difference in the lives of others and for doing the right thing
Our motto is "Doing the Right Thing since 1952" because at Les Schwab that is how we conduct business everyday
At Les Schwab we have a culture of going above and beyond…always doing more than what is expected.
We're personally committed to providing good, honest service to customers and being good neighbors; and we love to recognize others who are making a difference in our community.
This year we have been recognizing those that are doing good things-those involved with fundraising, service, charity events - people who do the right thing and help others without expecting something in return.
How to nominate someone:
Go to www.abc4.com <http://www.abc4.com/
>, click on Good Things Utah and find the Do the right thing link from there.