RNR said the Pine Avenue location in a strip center was closed mid-December 2012, then was moved into the new location about a half-mile away. The new 5,000-sq.-ft. outlet features a four-bay garage and is able to stock a larger selection and more sizes of tires and wheels.
RNR said it is leasing one of Stanley Hanin's former Allied Tire locations for the new store, which has its own parking, as opposed to the previous location in a shopping center.
"The price of tires has sky rocketed in the past few years, and a set of safe, new tires just isn't financially feasible for a lot of families out there—but they're needed," Mr. Sutton said. "We provide a unique service—a necessary service—and we pride ourselves on being a place our customers can trust to get the most, and the best, for their money. We give people a new way to buy tires."
RNR said it also purchased one of Mr. Hanin's former Allied locations in Orlando, Fla., and is getting that location ready to open in about a month. It will be RNR's second location in Orlando.