FAIRFAX, Va. (Nov. 4, 2013) — Virginia Tire & Auto has opened a tire and service shop in the Ashburn area of Loudoun County, Va., marking its fifth outlet in the county and 12th in Northern Virginia.
The new outlet is located in the Broadlands community of Ashburn, which is considered a census-designated place (CDP). According to the U.S. Census Bureau's website, CDPs are "the statistical counterparts of incorporated places, and are delineated to provide data for settled concentrations of population that are identifiable by name but are not legally incorporated under the laws of the state in which they are located."
Similar to the dealership's 11 other locations, the new outlet features repair and maintenance services on all domestic and import makes and models; thousands of tires in stock from leading brands; ASE-certified technicians; neighborhood service with a nationwide warranty of 24,000 miles/24 months; extended hours; free Wi-Fi service; a play area for children; and towing and roadside emergency service.
"Our goal is to deliver exceptional customer service at all of our locations, providing every customer with an unbeatable experience," said Julie Holmes, vice president, Virginia Tire. "Our customers have relied on our technicians' commitment to car care serviced at our other locations for many years. We know Broadlands customers will feel the same way about our facility and automotive professionals."