FORT WAYNE, Ind. — McMahon's Best-One Tire broke ground July 23 for its fifth store in Fort Wayne, a 9,000-sq.-ft. facility expected to be completed by January.
"We're very excited to partner with Weigand Construction to build a new, state-of-the-art building which will help us deliver the best possible service to our customers and to expand our footprint in the Fort Wayne area," President Kim McMahon said.
The new outlet is located on land adjacent to the dealership's existing truck tire service outlet in northwest Fort Wayne. It will be the dealership's fifth outlet in the city of 250,000-plus inhabitants.
McMahon's Best-One Tire was founded in 1969 by Patrick McMahon Jr. The retail/commercial tire dealership is now owned by his son Patrick "Bubba" McMahon III, his wife Kim McMahon and Randy Geyer.
The business is part of the Best-One Tire & Service network that now numbers over 250 locations in 26 states.
Best-One is a servicemark of M&Z L.L.P.