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etyres gearing up for its millionth tyre order

etyres is on the brink of celebrating its millionth tyre order - a milestone event which is testament to the strength and enduring popularity of its mobile tyre fitting service.

The company is marking the imminent millionth order by offering the customer who places it their tyres for free - which could save them hundreds of pounds.

Tony Bowman, etyres Managing Director, said: “The millionth order is going to be a proud achievement for the entire etyres network. Everyone, from the Head Office team to our Franchise Owners across the country, deserves credit for contributing to the continued success of our mobile tyre fitting business.

Since its launch, etyres has set the standard for selling tyres online and continually invests in new technology, training, sales and marketing initiatives.

And with the distinction of being the UK’s first online mobile tyre fitting company, etyres continues to build its reputation on the back of three core business values: honesty, reliability and professionalism.

Bowman explained: “We place the customer at the centre of everything we do.

“Offering a high standard of customer service has always been at the forefront of our business ethos, because it leads to repeat orders and word-of-mouth recommendations, both of which are helping us to escalate our growth.”

etyres reputation for offering a reliable and professional service has been reaffirmed recently with its acceptance on to the highly-regarded Which? Trusted Trader scheme.

The consumer champion group only endorses business which pass its rigorous assessment process, in order to be able to offer customers peace of mind when they place an order with a Which? Trusted Trader member.

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