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Towel City Tire offering chance to win set of new tires

KANNAPOLIS — Towel City Tire, a family-owned business, is offering a chance for someone to win new tires in the upcoming year. All you have to do is nominate a friend, family member or co-worker who you feel is deserving and they could walk away with a new set of tires.

This is the third year the Kannapolis-based business is offering its “New Tires for a New Year” event. The winner will receive a set of new Hercules Tires and Installation up to $500 in value. Nominations will be accepted through January 5, 2020, and can be submitted online at www.towelcityracingtires.com. You can also find more information on the business Facebook page.

Nominees can be from the local community which would include Kannapolis, Concord, Salisbury, China Grove, and surrounding areas. There are some terms and conditions on the nomination form, which can be found on the website.

Towel City Tire opened in 1935 and is a fourth-generation family-owned and operated business.

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