Tire buyers prefer local dealers–if…

Davis, Bruce
January 2001
Tire Business;1/1/2001, Vol. 18 Issue 19, p21
Trade Publication
Presents evaluation of the retail trade on tire industry in the U.S. Need to offer a reasonable low-priced of tires; Consumer perceptions on price differences; Importance of customer satisfaction.


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