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  • At Sullivan Tire, we pride ourselves with providing our customers with the best; from quality products, to technical skill, and unbeatable customer service.  Whenever we hear from our customers letting us know we’ve done just that, it makes our day. So every Wednesday, we’ll be sharing a customer comment that made us proud to be a part of the Sullivan Tire Team.

    I took my car to Derry, NH for a registration sticker and was very pleased with everyone. The waiting room area was very clean, and everyone that helped me was very nice. It was my first time, but I will be back!

    Thank you.

    - Roberta H., August, 8, 2014

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  • Friendship Home in Norwell held its 15th Annual Golf Classic on September 11th at Indian Pond Country Club in Kingston, with net proceeds totaling more than $105,000. More than 200 golfers participated at both Indian Pond and Pinehills Golf Club in Plymouth in support of Friendship Home’s mission to enrich the lives of individuals with developmental disabilities and their families. Attendees took time to acknowledge the events of 9/11 with a Knights of Columbus Honor Guard and moments of remembrance.

    This year’s Golf Classic Committee was led by co-chairs Bill and Stephani Dromeshauser of Norwell. “Steph and I are honored to support such a wonderful organization right here in our hometown. We are very proud of the work that Friendship Home does to support people with special needs,” Dromeshauser said. More than 50 volunteers made the event possible, including dozens from Rockland Trust, a steadfast and loyal community partner.

    Program members enjoyed playing golf, photographing the event, participating in a putting clinic and hosting the hospitality hole. Hundreds of golfers and friends attended the evening program, which included speeches by program members Celia Walsh and J.R. Foley as well as dinner, auctions and raffles. “If I was to bet on which staff team would impact the lives of people with developmental disabilities, I’d put all my money on the Friendship Home staff,” Foley said. To learn more about Friendship Home, please visit www.friendshiphome.net or call 781-659-8202.

  • ​Sullivan Tire officially opened it’s 66th Retail location in Saugus, MA! The store is located on Route 1 South, right next to the former Hill Top Steakhouse.

    Stop in to say hello or give us a call at 781-816-2550!

    Saugus Portal

    Stay tuned for Saugus Grand Opening Celebration details on our website and Social Media accounts!

  • These Chocolate Peanut Butter acorns make a delicious fall snack! They are easy to make and the kids will love them! Recipe courtesy of Six in the Suburbs.

    You will need a bag of chocolate chips, Nutter Butter Bites and Hershey kisses. You can make as many as you’d like!

    Chocolate Acorns

    Directions:

    • Melt 1/2 bag of Mini-Chips {5 second interval in the microwave, stirring really good each time}.
    • Dip the flat end of the Hershey’s Kiss into melted chocolate and top with a bite-size Nutter Butter.
    • Dip the flat end of a Mini-Chip into the melted chocolate and stick it to the Nutter Butter.

    If your child has a peanut allergy, you can substitute the Nutter Butter bites for a Ritz Bitz. Do you have a favorite fall snack? Share in the comments below!

  • Today’s Throwback Thursday is from last month when the Budweiser Clydesdales were in Wareham, MA to bring a wounded warrior back home.

    Our Wareham store had the pleasure to fix their van while they were in town!

    Clydesdale Portal

    Visit us on Instagram for more Throwback Thursdays! Have you ever seen the Budweiser Clydesdales? Share your stories below!

  • At Sullivan Tire, we pride ourselves with providing our customers with the best; from quality products, to technical skill, and unbeatable customer service.  Whenever we hear from our customers letting us know we’ve done just that, it makes our day. So every Wednesday, we’ll be sharing a customer comment that made us proud to be a part of the Sullivan Tire Team.

    I would just like your company to know what a great store your Hammond St location (Bangor, ME) is. My family was coming home from Niagara Falls and had a major problem with our RV. The service and help we received from Jimmie and Tim at your store was above and beyond. They fixed our problem as best as they could and they made us feel like they really cared about us by getting us back on the road as quickly and painlessly as possible. With service and employees like this, you are an example of what customer service should be. I have already begun telling my family and friends about your fantastic store. Keep up the great work and thanks again, very much.

    - Dennis H., August 9, 2014

    The Bigfoot Monster truck displayed outside our Bangor location!

    The Bigfoot Monster truck displayed outside our Bangor location!

  • A fun twist on the traditional sub! Make this hoagie dip for family or friends and enjoy bite-sized deliciousness! Recipe courtesy of the Food Network.

    Total Time: 25 min
    Prep: 25 min
    Yield: 8 servings
    Level: Easy

    Hoagie Dip

    Ingredients:
    • 1 medium onion
    • 2 pickled pepperoncini peppers
    • ½ head iceberg lettuce
    • 1 large tomato, halved and seeded
    • ¼ pound deli-sliced genoa salami
    • ¼ pound deli-sliced ham
    • ¼ pound deli-sliced prosciutto
    • ¼ pound deli-sliced roast turkey
    • ¼ pound deli-sliced provolone cheese
    • ¼ cup mayonnaise
    • 1 tablespoon extra-virgin olive oil
    • 1 teaspoon dried oregano
    • 1 ½ teaspoons dried basil
    • ¼ teaspoon red pepper flakes
    • 1 10 -to-12-inch round loaf Italian bread
    • 8 hoagie rolls, cut into pieces, for dipping

    Directions:
    Chop the onion, pepperoncini, lettuce and tomato into bite-size pieces. Dice the meats and cheese.

    Combine the chopped vegetables, meats and cheese in a large bowl. Add the mayonnaise, olive oil, oregano, basil and red pepper flakes and stir until everything is all mixed up and tasty. Refrigerate until ready to serve.

    Carve out the center of the bread loaf to make a bowl (don’t cut through the bottom) and cut the scraps into bite-size pieces. Serve the hoagie dip in the bread bowl, with the extra bread and hoagie rolls to scoop it up. Yum!

    What is your favorite dip? Have you ever had one like this? Share your thoughts in the comments below! :-)

  • At Sullivan Tire, we pride ourselves with providing our customers with the best; from quality products, to technical skill, and unbeatable customer service.  Whenever we hear from our customers letting us know we’ve done just that, it makes our day. So every Wednesday, we’ll be sharing a customer comment that made us proud to be a part of the Sullivan Tire Team.

    I just wanted to say thank you to Travis, Dan, and Steve in your Wareham branch for helping me with an emergency situation on my car. They were very professional, and in the era of bad customer service, it was refreshing to have your guys take care of me in an amazingly timely fashion.

    The plaque on the wall about family may sometimes get overlooked, but the Wareham team obviously read it and understands its message.  I promised that my next time down I’d buy lunch for the team. I will make good on that promise.

    I am commuting from CT to the Cape to perform work on my deceased father’s home.  Knowing that you brance in Wareham is there gives me comfort in case of another emergency.

    My hat’s off to your guys on a job well done!

    - Stephen O., July 31, 2014

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    Big League Brian at our 2012 Wareham Customer Appreciation Event, complete with a classic car and ice cream truck!

     

  • Make sure to measure your tread! A tread depth gauge is an inexpensive and effective tool for measuring the amount of tread left on your tires. Hydroplaining can occur even at low speeds if the tread is not deep enough to channel the water from under your tires. The tread depth measurement is taken in 32nds of an inch, and should be taken from the tread grooves at three different areas of the tread (inner, center, and outside).

    Helpful hints:

    • At or below 2/32″ tread depth, tires should be replaced as soon as possible.
    • At or below 4/32″, it is not uncommon to feel a significant differences in traction and grip. You should begin to think about tire replacement.

    Tread Depth

    When measuring your tread depth, it is not uncommon to have a tire that is worn out in one area of the tread, but may still have plenty of tread in other areas. It is important to remove a tire from service when any part of the tread is at or below 2/32″ measurement. Chances are, the part of the tire that is worn out is the part you need most when cornering or driving in adverse weather conditions.

    Don’t have a tread depth gauge? You can always watch our video on how to perform the penny trick or stop by any Sullivan Tire location and we can check your tread for free!

  • Weekend Event Recap

    We were busy over the weekend with some great events! Our Brockton store hosted a Customer Appreciation Event, with special guest, Pat Patriot. Pat Patriot kept guests entertained both inside and outside the showroom, and he even helped one customer with her fantasy football lineup!

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    Pat Patriot helps a customer with her fantasy football lineup!

    Pat Patriot helps out behind the counter :-)

    Pat Patriot assists our Brockton crew behind the counter. :-)

    In Norwood, we participated in the annual Norwood Day event. Val Alves, the manager of our Norwood store, and Mark Sullivan were on hand to answer questions interact with the Norwood community.

    Norwood Day Portal

    Up in Scarborough Maine, we participated in a Touch-A-Truck event benefiting the March of Dimes. One of our North Reading Commercial trucks and our largest OTR tire were on display. The event had one of the best turnouts this year with over 1,200 people in attendance.

    Touch A Truck Maine Portal

    Touch A Truck Maine 2 Portal

    Did you stop by any of our events? Check out our Facebook page for more events photos!