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November 2014 Newsletter

It's hard to believe that it is November already! November starts the Holiday Season, with Thanksgiving and then Christmas and New Years is just around the corner.  At Tire Hut November is Black November:  We are offering special discounts to our Newsletter Customers.  Make sure you check out the coupons below.  As always, it is extremely important to make sure your car is in tip-top shape. Make sure your oil is changed, tires rotated, and windshield wipers are working. When we get busy we forget to check these things until it is too late.

Remember all purchases of tires come with free mounting, free high speed balancing, and free disposal of your old tires.

Now we can also help you save:  Tire Hut now offers a Synchrony Financial, CFNA, Bridgestone, and Goodyear Credit Cards with 6 months interest free financing.  Please contact Tire Hut for more details. In addition,  Tire Hut offers nationwide coverage for service warranties.  We also now offer nationwide Road Hazard Warranties.
    
    
FEATURED

Nitrogen Filled Tire Benefits

There are four major benefits of nitrogen filled tires. The biggest benefit is the cost savings. The increased safety benefit of nitrogen is a close second, followed by increased performance and convenience. Nitrogen filled tires have their roots in auto racing, commercial airlines, and long distance trucking. Though these industries would seem to have nothing in common, they do - all are hard on their tires and seek to increase safety, performance, and convenience, while reducing costs. The fact is that nitrogen filled tires stay cooler under stress, like when an airplane lands, a race car driver takes a turn, or a semi-truck spends hours on the interstate. When tires are kept from overheating they perform better and last longer.

 

Here are the major benefits of nitrogen filled tires:

They save money. Nitrogen doesn't expand or contract very much under hot or cold temperatures like air, which leads to a more stable tire pressure. Keeping your tires inflated to the optimal pounds per square inch (PSI) can increase their tread life by up to 30 percent while improving gas mileage by 10 percent.
     
They increase safety. Just filling your tires with nitrogen reduces the chance of tire failure by 50 percent. Nitrogen filled tires are put under less stress because they don't overheat and pressures aren't fluctuating when a tire heats up and cools down. This leads to a stronger, safer tire over its useable life.

They perform better. Handling, braking, and steering characteristics are improved by keeping tires at the best possible PSI and temperature. Reduced running temperatures keep tires responsive and at an optimal temperature and PSI to grip the road surface. Warm tires grip well, but when inflated with regular air, tire pressure balloons and grip suffers.

They are more convenient. Simply put, most drivers don't like to check their tire pressures or top off their tires when told to by their Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS.) There is almost no need to check tire pressures between regular service intervals, like oil changes, with nitrogen filled tires. Studies have shown that regular air leaks out three to four times faster than nitrogen. And because nitrogen slows pressure loss, it decreases false alarms and activation of TPMS.


PROMOTIONS

Looking for that special gift for someone? A Tire Hut Gift Card makes a perfect gift.  Call store for details.*

Purchase a set of 4 eligible Bridgestone DriveGuard tires between October 1 and November 30, 2014 and receive  a Visa Prepaid Card up to $70 via mail-in rebate.*Only consumers switching from conventional (non-run-flat) tires to Bridgestone DriveGuard tires are eligible.
 
Purchase 4 eligible new Michelin passenger or light truck tires, from November 10-December 8, 2014 and receive a $70 MasterCard Reward Card via mail-in Rebate.*

Purchase a set of four eligible BFGoodrich brand passenger or light truck tires from November 10 to December 7, 2014 and receive up to $70 MasterCard Reward Card via mail-in Rebate.*

Purchase a set of four select Goodyear or Dunlop tires between October 1 and December 31, 2014 and receive up to $160 Visa Prepaid Card by Mail-in Rebate.*

*Commercial and Wholesale Accounts Excluded - No other discounts apply. Web newsletter Special only.


AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE SPECIALS


November Specials


Free Battery Inspection - Interstate Batteries - Nationwide 2 year Free Replacement
5 year Total Warranty - most cars* - Includes Charging System Safety Check

Free Brake Inspection - Brake Special - 20% Off Labor*

$20 Off All Flushes: Transmission, Brake, & Coolant

We can replace your TPMS Sensors (Tire Pressure Monitoring)
Starting at $99.95 each - includes reprogramming most cars.*
 
Nitrogen Tire Inflation
$20.14 - all four tires (regularly $30) - Free top-offs - Most cars.*

*Coupons have no cash value and cannot be combined with any other offers. Commercial and Wholesale Accounts Excluded. See store for details.

Your continued business and support over the past 34 years has allowed us to reinvest in our local community and fully participate in our community's charitable organizations.  
         
On November 3, 2014 is the Annual Cigar and Wine Dinner and Auction benefitting Junior Achievement which I am Co-Chairing.  If you would like to attend or donate please visit www.ja.org.

On November 14, 2014 is the Wines of the World event benefiting Symphony of the Americas which I am also Co-Chairing. If you would like to attend or donate to this event please visit  www.symphonyoftheamericas.org.   

As always, Thank you for your continued business and support we are very grateful for it!!!
   
Don't forget to visit and like us on Facebook. Check out our full offering of coupons and promotions that you will not want to miss and now there will be daily specials on Facebook.  Don't forget to re-tire at Tire Hut !!  
 
 
    Sincerely,
    Tire Hut Crew, Jerry Rosenthal & Family

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