Greeneville Tire Shop Adds U-Haul Services

Feb 6, 2015

GREENEVILLE, TENN. – Greeneville Tire & Performance has added U-Hail services to its array of offerings, according to a company news release.Greeneville Tire & Performance and owner Matt McClellan have added U-Haul services to its array of offerings.

In addition to renting trucks and trailers, the business offers towing equipment, will support rental items such as dollies and furniture pads, and offers after-hours drop-off.

Greeneville Tire & Performance is a second-generation, family-owned tire center.

Owner Matt McClellan said that having Tusculum College less than two miles away has proved to be a vital customer source for the business’s U-Haul equipment.

If your interested in following in Matt McCleallan steps and becoming a dealer, get details here.

Read more: http://www.greenevillesun.com

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