Mission: We were founded on the philosophy that all of our products and services must be what's best for our customers. That's why we offer the most comprehensive tire installation package in the industry. To ensure you get the most possible miles out ...
The minute Chip Wood opened the doors to the first Tire Discounters, he began raising the bar for the tire business. He brought a sorely needed higher standard of integrity to the business. 40 years ago, virtually all tire dealers lured people in with a low tire price, and then charged extra for essential services like mounting, balancing and valve stems. Not a very honest approach, is it? So Chip decided to follow his instinct and focus on transparency in pricing in tandem with a higher standard of service.
People loved it.
And that’s the simple reason why we do what we do. Our founder’s higher standards still inform every single service and sale.
Thanks Chip. (And we’d say that even if you weren’t the boss.)
We strive to attract, hire and engage with the brightest and most talented people we can find. To do that, we’ve put together perks designed to make you feel good about working here. With our pay & rewards, health & wellness, training and investment opportunities, our benefits let you know you’re a valued part of our team.
HEALTH & WELLNESS BENEFITS
PAY & REWARDS
INVESTING IN YOUR FUTURE
All in all, our benefit programs provide employees with a valuable and compelling package. We believe you will find there's a lot to gain from being part of the team at Tire Discounters.
Tire Discounters is committed to providing best-in-class training for all our employees. Training enables employees to find ways to build on their skills and progress their careers forward.
We foster a learning environment and recognize that everyone has opportunities to learn, grow and improve. We offer some classroom training, on-site training and digital training. Our classroom training is done primarily in our 50,000 square foot building on Kemper Road in front of the TD warehouse. We have both traditional classroom training as well as hands-on mechanical training leveraging state of the art equipment similar to what we have at our stores. We have several lifts and other equipment to use for practice and testing on real vehicles. This allows us to mix classroom training with real skill training all under one roof.
While training on specialized shop equipment will work best at our TD Warehouse location, regional training in the field is also available. Modules such as Phone School Training and Inventory Control Training are also taught by regional field trainers. Many of our training modules are also available online.
In addition to our own in-house training programs, our employees are given opportunities throughout the year to participate in vendor sponsored training programs. This gives them the opportunity to learn about new products and then test them out on the craziest of terrain. Many of the ride-n-drive events are hosted across the U.S. to include Vermont, San Diego, Arizona, San Antonio and some here in Cincinnati.
I have been working at Tire Discounters full-time (Less than a year)
Incredible team with stellar work ethic and upbeat attitudes. Clean showrooms . No haggling. Tons of offers. I could go on and on.
None available at this time. None anticipated in the near future. I need more time to come up with a con.
Advice to Management
Keep doing what you’re doing!! I’m proud to say I am affiliated with TD!!
The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Tire Discounters (Murfreesboro, TN) in March 2018.
Very unprofessional. The regional manager wouldn’t stay off his phone. They were very condescending. They kept trying to get me to belittle my previous employer and directors. They told me I acted like I’m entitled and dress like it also. I applied for general manager, they tried to put me in a different position. It was more like an interrogation then an interview. They swore several times during the whole fiasco. When I asked about the salary they said “were not down to talking about money” even after they offered me a position. They said my resume was very impressive but they also belittled it and talked about theirselves and how great theirs was. Stay far away.