Flynn’s relaunches wholesale biz website

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WEST MIDDLESEX, Pa. (Jan. 28, 2014) — Flynn’s Tire Group has redesigned its wholesale unit’s website to make it easier for wholesale accounts to track and analyze their purchases.

The revised site has a public side and an account specific side, the former providing an overview of Flynn’s operations and the latter offering two login areas for active customers. That side includes a new “Customer Sales Stats” feature that displays via a secure database customer-specific purchase history, the rewards programs they active in and points earned toward reaching those rewards.

The site also links users to the Flynn’s B2B site via the Tireweb Login for ordering tires.

Information is updated at the end of each day, Flynn’s said.

The public overview includes information about locations and contacts, sales representative service areas, tire rebate forms, equipment sales, tire brands offered, tire programs, reward trips summaries, press releases and Flynn's history.

“We saw the need to provide as much up to date information as possible to our customers so that they can make informed decisions on tire buying with Flynn’s Tire Wholesale,” said Shaun Fitzgerald, general manager of Flynn's Tire Wholesale. “Our customers can now get updated daily on their standings for rebates, reward trips and special purchase programs.”

Flynn’s President Joe Flynn III called the upgrade “an amazing leap forward that allows our customers to be better informed and therefore more profitable.”

Mr. Flynn noted the relaunch coincides with Flynn’s 50th anniversary.

Established in 1964, family-owned Flynn’s Tire Group operates four warehouses in Ohio and Pennsylvania strategically located to service an area spanning six states, along with 25 retail and commercial locations in Ohio and Pennsylvania and one retread plant.  

For more information contact Terry Polonsky, director of marketing and advertising for Flynn’s Tire at 724-906-8181 or by email at

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