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Raleigh, NC (store 34)

I live in Winston Salem. In May, 08, I bought two tires at Black Tire in Myrtle Beach. Six months and 7,000 miles later, the tires had no thread. I called a Black tire store in Raleigh, which was closer to where I live and the person I spoke to said to bring the car down and they would take a look at them. I drove to the store on Forum Dr. I expected to at least have the tires prorated. They not only changed the tires, they balanced them and didn’t charge me for the new tires. I did have to pay a difference for a different tire. They offered to drive me to a store around the corner while I waited, however I preferred to walk. They called me on my cell phone when they were finished and waited outside the store for me so I wouldn’t have to walk in the cold. The store is a two hour drive from where I live however I will take the drive when I am ready to buy tires next time. They are wonderful …….

Carol P. 

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I just wanted to say thanks for the service I received today. On our way to Myrtle Beach from Baltimore, I had one of my tires on my 2006 30 ft 5Th wheel either break or shift a belt. Discovering that, after we were set up for our 2 week vacation, I was left with a choice. Carry in the one bad tire and put a new one on in its place, or remove all 4 and get 4 matching tires.

After discovering the cheap Chinese tires that were original to my camper can’t be found at retail, I decided to go for 4 new Goodyear’s. I walked in to Your center in North Myrtle Beach at 8:15 am. I was told they could be done for me the same day, on site where my camper was, saving me the trouble of removing all 4 wheels and leaving my camper supported only by my levelling stabilizer jacks. At 1 pm that same day, a service truck showed up at my camp site. By 2 pm, all 4 tires were changed out and the paper work was being done. I never expected such fast and courteous service. Thanks a ...

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Southern National Champ gunning for rookie title with Ricky Benton Racing

Myrtle Beach, S.C. – Drew Herring knows how to win, and so does Ricky Benton Racing. Now, in 2008, the duo will combine their winning ways in hopes of grabbing the coveted Miller Lite Rookie of the Year title-and more-in the Hooters Pro Cup Series.

“It’s always exciting when you get to move up in racing,” said Herring, who won the Late Model title at South Boston in 2006 and the Southern National title in 2007. “But it’s really good to move up with a good team.”

And RBR is just that.

In 2002, RBR and driver Jason Sarvis won the overall Hooters Pro Cup Series title. In 2004, RBR and Matt Carter won the overall Miller Lite Rookie of the Year title together.

“I’d love to win the Rookie of the Year and the overall title,” said Herring, who will pilot the No. 22s BTS Tire&Wheel Distributor Chevrolet. “Mike Hester’s a great crew chief and been around ...

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