Pearson Tire Grows to Include Technaglass Franchise predecesor

Date: 19 December 2011
ST. GEORGE, UTAH - Automotive service shop B.T. Pearson Tires acquired its predecesor in June 2010; thus taking the place of the old Pearson Tire on Bluff Street.

In addition to tires and wheels, the shop also performs maintenance and repair on brakes, alignment, and lift kits. But owners (Brad Pollmann and Tom Hooker) wanted offer their customers yet another option: automotive glass.

"We started planning the merger about two months ago, and it became official on December 1st," Pollman said. "The company (Technaglass) was very thorough; they actually sent someone out to interview us and make sure we were what they're looking for in franchise owners."

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