(RNR) announced the inauguration of its newest franchise, which was the first full-service auto tire shop to fully convert to become a member of the RNR Tire Express family while also serving as the business’s official West Virginia debut.
Before electing to serve under the RNR moniker, Josh and Justin Fanelli, two local Parkersburg brothers and business owners, owned and ran AutoMed for five years. In addition to giving them the chance to increase the brand’s visibility across the state, the franchise model’s distinctive rent-to-own business strategy will help families save money and guarantee that everyone has access to name-brand tires, according to RNR.
With its convenient, adaptable payment choices that suit each customer’s budget, according to RNR, it has carved out a special position for itself in the tire and wheel sector. RNR serves a burgeoning clientele of customers in the WV region by providing and expertly installing tires and custom wheels.
“Our brand’s entrance into West Virginia has been a long time coming,” said Larry Sutton, founder and CEO of RNR Tire Express. “The agreement is a perfect representation of the commitment our team has to serving as many communities and families across the country as possible.”