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  • 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

    • 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

    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!

  • Who doesn’t like whoopie pies – right? This fun dessert may require some extra prep time, but it will be worth it in the end! It makes a great addition to any football gathering. Recipe courtesy of The Cake Blog.

    Whoopie Pie

    • 6 tablespoons (3 ounces) shortening
    • 1 cup sugar
    • 1 large egg
    • 1 cup milk
    • 5 tablespoons cocoa
    • 2 ¼ cups flour
    • ½ teaspoon baking powder
    • 1 teaspoon baking soda
    • 2 teaspoons vanilla
    • ½ teaspoon salt

    Preheat oven to 350°. Cream together shortening and sugar. Add egg and vanilla, beating well until blended. In a bowl whisk together the flour, cocoa, salt, and baking soda. Slowly beat in the flour mixture, alternating with milk, until blended. Using a cookie scoop, drop onto greased baking sheets. Then using a toothpick or butter knife to gently create points on either side of the circle, creating the shape of a football. Bake 10 to 12 minutes, or until firm. Cool on racks then fill with filling, below.

    Cream Cheese Frosting:
    • 1 stick (8 tablespoons) unsalted butter, room temperature
    • 12 ounces cream cheese, room temperature
    • 1 pound (4 cups) confectioners’ sugar
    • 1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract

    With an electric mixer on medium high speed, beat butter and cream cheese until fluffy, 2 to 3 minutes. Reduce speed to low. Add sugar 1 cup at a time, and then vanilla, mixing until smooth and combined, scraping down sides of bowl as needed. If not using immediately, frosting can be refrigerated up to 3 days in an airtight container. Bring to room temperature again before using.

    Fill a piping bag fitting with a star tip with your cream cheese frosting. Flip one of your Chocolate Whoopie Pies over so the bottom is facing up. Starting from the perimeter, frost your whoopie pie, working your way in, until the entire circumference is frosted. Gently press the bottom side of another whoopie pie on top, creating a “sandwich”. Use the remaining cream cheese frosting to pipe football laces onto the top of each whoopie pie.

    Now you’re a crafty, baking expert! Try it out and let us know what you think. Do you have any foods you’d like to see a recipe for on our next Foodie Friday? Let us know your ideas 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 recently had an accident and brought my car to Sullivan Tire in Bridgewater, MA. All of the employees, especially Steve, Jim and Kevin, were extremely helpful in making me feel welcome and keeping me informed on what was happening with my car. If I ever had any questions they were always happy to answer them. My car had pretty severe damage, however Kevin and the guys from Sullivan Tire got my car working like brand new in a timely manner. I am extremely pleased with how I was treated and will definitely recommend Bridgewater Sullivan Tire to everyone I know.

    - Jennifer L., July 29, 2014

    Last spring, our Bridgewater location hosted to a Touch A Truck fundraiser – check out the pictures below!

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    2013 Bridgewater Touch a Truck 10

    2013 Bridgewater Touch a Truck 18

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    2013 Bridgewater Touch a Truck 24

    2013 Bridgewater Touch a Truck OTR Tire



  • Our Falmouth, ME location on 251 US Route 1 now offers state inspections for Motorcycles! This is the first of our 65 locations to offer this service.

    Motorcycle ride up in Maine!

    Motorcycle ride up in Maine!

    If you would like to schedule an appointment, please call 207-781-3136.

  • Today’s Mechanical Monday post is all about our Visual Vehicle Inspection (VVI). For your peace of mind, we offer a complimentary Visual Vehicle Inspection to every customer. This service provides a visual inspection in five different categories. It is designed according to the Motorist Assurance Program (MAP) guidelines.

    MAP provides industry guidelines on vehicle inspection that allow you to make an educated decision on repairs for your vehicle. For more information on MAP please click here.

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    Click For a Printable Version of our Visual Vehicle Inspection Form.

    We also offer a Comprehensive Vehicle Inspection for $39.95. This service is a thorough inspection of all of your vehicle components. It is performed by an ASE Certified Technician. Again, this is performed under the MAP guidelines.

    Have you ever had a VVI performed on your vehicle? What did you think of the service? Please share your thoughts in the comments section below.

  • With the Patriots season kicking off this weekend, we thought it’d be fun to feature a perfect football snack for today’s Foodie Friday! This easy to make pigs in a blanket recipe will please kids and adults alike. Recipe courtesy of the Food Network.

    Total Time: 35 min
    Prep: 20 min
    Cook: 15 min
    Yield: 4 to 6 servings
    Level: Easy

    Pigs in a Blanket

    • 1 (8-ounce) can original crescent dough
    • ¼ cup Dijon mustard
    • 20 mini hot dogs or cocktail franks
    • 1 egg, lightly beaten
    • Poppy seeds or sesame seeds

    Tangy Dipping Sauce:
    • ½ cup sour cream
    • ½ cup mayonnaise
    • 3 tablespoons Dijon mustard
    • 1 tablespoon whole-grain mustard

    Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F. Cut each triangle of crescent roll dough into thirds lengthwise, making 3 small strips from each roll.

    Brush the dough strips lightly with Dijon mustard. Put the mini hot dogs on 1 end of the dough and roll up. Arrange them, seam side down, on a greased cookie sheet.

    Brush with egg wash and sprinkle with poppy seeds or sesame seeds. Bake until golden brown, about 12 to 15 minutes. Serve warm with the dipping sauce.

    Tangy Dipping Sauce:
    Mix all of the ingredients in a bowl. Cover with plastic wrap and refrigerate until serving. Can be made a day ahead.

    What are your favorite football recipes? Comment below or send the recipe to and be entered to win a FREE $100 Patriots ProShop gift card! Enjoy your pigs in a blanket and GO PATS!

  • As you may know, we’re big fans of baseball here at Sullivan Tire. This summer, for the second year in a row, we took our love of baseball to a whole new level by hosting A Day at the Ball Park for our employees and their families.

    All employees who have been with the company for 5 or more years were invited to spend a day with the Pawtucket Red Sox, Portland Sea Dogs, or the New Hampshire Fisher Cats. Employees and their family members were treated to a delicious, catered BBQ lunch before each game.

    BBQ Lunch from the Pawtucket Red Sox game

    BBQ Lunch from the Pawtucket Red Sox game

    At each game, a Sullivan Tire employee had the honor of throwing out the first pitch. At the Portland Sea Dogs game it was Leo Rossignol, Manager of our Biddeford, ME location. “I couldn’t make it last year, so it was nice to be able to attend this year.” At the Fisher Cats game it was Marvin Robbins, manager of our Newington, NH location and his daughter, Madison, that threw out the first pitch. At the Paw Sox game it was Joe Comeau, of our Marlborough, MA retail location.

    Joe Comeau throwing out the first pitch at the PawSox game

    Joe Comeau throwing out the first pitch at the PawSox game

    Each day at the park held a fun surprise; Daniel, Emma and Roger Pearson, who attended last year’s Day at the Park in New Hampshire, had a great time with their family at the event.  They loved the food (particularly the mac n cheese) and were confident the Paw Sox would win.  Their faith paid off, as Daniel ended up catching a home run ball, and the Paw Sox went on to defeat the Bulls 7 – 4, earning a season-high fifth-consecutive win!

    Pawtucket Ball

    The weather was perfect for each Day at the Park, and a great time was had by all!

    Our Maine 5 Year Employees and their families watching the Portland Sea Dogs

    Our Maine 5 Year Employees and their families at the Day at the Ball Park with the Portland Sea Dogs

    Our Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Connecticut 5 Year Employees

    Our Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Connecticut 5 Year Employees

    Two New Hampshire 5 Year Employees and their family

    Two New Hampshire 5 Year Employees and their family

    Thank you to the Portland Sea Dogs, New Hampshire Fisher Cats and Pawtucket Red Sox for being such great hosts during our summer baseball game outings!

    What was your favorite memory from this summer? Do you have a favorite minor league team or ball park? Let us know in the comments!