Bridgestone: Leaders in Performance
Bridgestone was founded in 1931 by Shojiro Ishibashi in Japan. Japan started slowly producing automobiles in the 1930s, and Bridgestone became the first tire manufacturing company to offer tires nationwide in 1932.
Bridgestone then came to the United States to purchase a tire plant in La Vergne, Tennessee in 1983 from Firestone Tire & Rubber. Bridgestone and Firestone merged in 1988 when the Bridgestone Corporation bought Firestone. Bridgestone recently joined MICHELIN® and Goodyear to become one of the “Big Three” tire companies in the United States. Today, Bridgestone sells tires on six of the seven continents.
Types of Bridgestone Tires:
- Passenger Car Tires
- Performance Tires
- All-Season Tires
- Summer Tires
- Winter Tires
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To Inspire and Move You
Bridgestone’s passion for excellence leads to the very best in quality, service, and technology at the heart of their commitment. The Bridgestone Corporation is considered to be an international family, including more than 50 different production facilities and more than 43,000 employees throughout the Americas. One of Bridgestone’s missions is to work toward maintaining “a healthy environment for current and future generations.”
Bridgestone has tires to fit every driver, including drivers looking for better fuel efficiency, longer mileage warranties, traction on wet or dry roads, and unparalleled tires for every auto enthusiast. Bridgestone believes in performance and having a tire for every customer.
Our selection of Bridgestone tires encompasses a range of prices to satisfy the needs of all our customers. Contact us online or visit us to learn more about our selection of Bridgestone tires.