Tire-Rama is listed in the Auto Tires category in Spokane, Washington. Displayed below are the social networks for Tire-Rama which include a Facebook page, a Google Plus page and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of Tire-Rama on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 79.

Contact information for Tire-Rama is:
1918 W Northwest Blvd
Spokane, WA 99205
(509) 327-7777

"Tire-Rama" - ZapScore Report

Tire-Rama has an overall ZapScore of 79. This means that Tire-Rama has a higher ZapScore than 79% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Spokane, Washington is 37 and in the Auto Tires category is 43. Learn more about ZapScore

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Are you hitting the road this weekend?
ORLANDO, Fla. (May 17, 2017) – AAA projects that 39.3 million Americans will travel 50 miles or more away from home this Memorial Day weekend. That is one million more travelers than last year taking to the roads, skies, rails and water, creating the highest Memorial Day travel volume since 2005.

Hurry this Yokohama Tire Sale ends soon! #tires #yokohamatires tirerama.com

Aggressive sidewall armor. #GOSTRONG #GeolandarMT #G003 via @YokohamaTC twitter.com/YokohamaTC/sta…

In 1925, the speeds at #Indy500 exceeded 100mph for the first time ever, on Firestone tires. via @FirestoneTires twitter.com/i/web/status/8…

RT @TeamCooperTire: Here's @Edjonesracing with the Stat Of The Day: 24 of the 33 drivers in the 101st #Indy500 are #MRTI alumni. #TeamCoop…

Tire-Rama shared This Day in Automotive History's post.
On this day in automotive history...
On this day in 2010 rugged off-road and military automaker Hummer goes defunct. The origins of the Hummer as a civilian car can be traced to 1979 when the US Army put out word that they were seeking a “High Mobility Multi-Purpose Wheeled Vehicle,” or HMMWV. AM General designed a vehicle that met the Army’s requirements and was the first automaker to deliver a prototype. The first production style HMMWVs were delivered to the Army’s proving grounds in April 1982. Testing of the vehicle led to the the Army awarding AM General with a contract to build 55,000 of the vehicles by 1985. The monetary value of the contract was $1.2 billion. As early as the 1980s AM General, in part thanks to a pushy Arnold Schwarzenegger, had planned on selling a civilian version of the vehicle with added amenities such as gloss paint and air conditioning. In 1992 the first civilian HMMWVs rolled off the assembly line under the brand name Hummer. In December 1999 AM General sold the brand to General Motors but continued to manufacture the vehicles. It was GM’s duty to market and sell the trucks. In the following years GM introduced the Hummer H2 and H3. In 2009 as GM was facing bankruptcy several companies expressed interest in purchasing Hummer and GM was more than open to the idea. The biggest potential buyer was China-based Sichuan Tengzhong Heavy Industrial Machinery Company Ltd, however after nearly 9 months a deal worth just $150 million fell through when the company could not get approval from the Chinese government. Multiple other failed attempts to sell the brand led to a April 7, 2010 announcement from GM stating the company would discontinue Hummer. It rushed to move the final 2,200 units by offering deep discounts. It was on May 24 of that year the company finally closed its doors. Photos A BGM-71 TOW missile being fired from a US Army HMMWV Civillian Hummer H1 By R-E-AL Hummer H2 by Rudolf Stricker Hummer H3

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