Flynn’s Tire newest U.S. Army’s PaYS partner

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WEST MIDDLESEX, Pa. (June 19, 2014) — The Cleveland Recruiting Battalion & New Castle Recruiting Co. will recognize Flynn’s Tire Group in a ceremonial Partnership for Youth Success (PaYS) signing on July 1 at Flynn’s corporate headquarters.

The ceremony will start at 10:45 a.m. and will honor Flynn’s commitment to reconnecting veterans with their communities as the U.S. Army’s newest PaYS Partner.

“This is truly an honor for us to partner with the U.S. Army in such a way that mutually benefits our men and women in uniform and also Flynn’s Tires,” said Joe Flynn III, president of Flynn’s Tire Group.

“We are always seeking trained and talented employees and we feel that those who have experience with the U.S. Army have had some of the finest training that can be offered. We are proud of all who serve our country and want to be there for them when they return to the community with job opportunities for them. We welcome military veterans as part of our family here at Flynn’s.”

The PaYS program is a strategic partnership between the U.S. Army and a cross section of corporations, companies and public sector agencies, Flynn’s Tire said. The program provides America’s youth with an opportunity to serve their country while they prepare for their future. PaYS Partners guarantee soldiers an interview and possible employment after leaving the Army. More information about PaYS can be found by going to the PaYS website.

Flynn’s has invited military members and the public to the event.

More information is available by contacting Terry Polonsky at 724-906-8181 or via email at tpolonsky@flynnstire.com.

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