Tony’s Tyre Service Gisborne
Phone: +64 6867 0294
Tyres Brands: Bridgestone, Firestone
Address: 413 Gladstone Road, Gisborne
Opening Hours: Monday to Friday: 07:30 – 17:30, Saturday: 9:00-14:00, Sunday: Close.
About Tony’s Tyre Service Gisborne
Tony’s Tyre Service is one of the most popular tyres shop in all New Zealand. Maybe it’s the yellow colour or perhaps it’s the excellent advertising or the credit plans. Equally everybody in New Zealand loves Tonys Tyre Service stores. Also is important to mention that all the tyres stores offer puncture repair, wheel alignment, tyre rotation, wheel balancing and change batteries for cars, 4×4, VAN, SUV and Light Trucks.
Today the company has more than 30 stores throughout all the country with a location in Auckland, Christchurch, Dunedin, Gisborne, Hamilton, Hasting, Levin, Lower Hutt, Napier, Nelson, Palmerstone North, Porirua, Rotorua, Tauranga, Timaru, Upper Hutt, Wanganui, Wellington City and Whangarei.
Tony’s Tyre Service History
Tony’s Tyre Service was created 26 years ago by the entrepreneur Steve Lange, and in 2008 it was acquired by the Japanese multinational Bridgestone. All the stores are big, yellow and modern; they are also well located in every town and have free parking. Many of them have a large yellow signboard outside each store, making it easy for them to find it.
Another key feature of Tony Tyre Service success is its aggressively low price campaign. In terms of street advertising, this company maybe is the best in the retail tyre market. Mainly for its yellow signs with its famous slogan: “Lowest Tyre Prices Guaranteed! We guarantee to beat any cash price in town by $10 a tyre.”
Another critical point to mention is that they show the Price List Services in view of all customers in every tyre store, generating an atmosphere of great trust. The Price List is for Standard Puncture Repair, Wheel Balancing, Tyre Fitting, Tubeless Valve, Tyre Rotation, and Wheel Alignment.
Tony’s Tyre Service Advertising
Gisborne, located in the northwest corner of the North Island of New Zealand, is characterized as the first city in the world to see the sun. Known for its agriculture and for the production of wine that is valuable for its economy, it has an enviable coastline. In these mountainous parks, surfing and fishing are practised. In the centre of the city, Whataupoko is the headquarters of the District Council.
Ancient traditions haunt and are evident in many parts of the city such as Kaiti Beach, where Captain Cook first arrived in New Zealand. Its history tells that Titirangi was the arrival point of the migratory waka (canoes) that brought the first Maori to the area, Horouta.
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