ANCHORAGE, Alaska — Johnson's Tire Service, one of Alaska's largest retail tire dealerships for past few decades, ceased operations Nov. 3, leaving scores of customers with winter tires in storage in limbo.
Anchorage-based Northrim Bank has since foreclosed on the dealership's lone remaining store, in Anchorage, and is offering to help the dealership's customers retrieve tires stored at Johnson's Tire's "Tire Hotel."
"While the Bank is not legally obligated to do so, Northrim is making every attempt to ensure the tires in the Tire Hotel are returned to their rightful owners," the bank states on its website.
"In that regard, the bank appreciates your assistance and cooperation in identifying your tires and in identifying yourself as the owner."
Attempts to reach the dealership have been unsuccessful. The phone numbers are disconnected and the company's website and Facebook page are no longer in service.