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Snider Fleet Solutions

Snider Tire Inline Old Location GreensboroThe year 1976 is remembered for the nation’s bicentennial celebration, bell bottom pants, the first Rocky movie, and at Snider Fleet Solutions, as the year of their founding.

 

John H. Snider founded Snider Tire, Inc. when he purchased General Tire Service in downtown Greensboro, North Carolina, and renamed the business Snider Tire.  Attorneys at Adams Kleemeier Hagan Hannah & Fouts, a Greensboro law firm that merged with Nexsen Pruet in 2004, have assisted Snider Tire, Inc. with legal matters since its founding.

Over the next thirty years, Snider Tire expanded with the purchase of retread facilities and commercial tire and service centers. In the tradition of a strong family business, the company was passed on to Mr. Snider’s son, John K. Snider, who had the vision to expand Snider Tire into Snider Fleet Solutions, including a mechanical services arm, MechanEX, and TRACS, a proprietary tire management program that reduces tire and tire-related costs for truck fleets.

Snider Fleet Solutions is now one of the largest commercial tire dealers and retreaders in the United States, and is recognized as an industry leader. John K. Snider was honored as the “Tire Dealer of the Year” in 2011 by Modern Tire Dealer magazine, a top industry publisher.

Currently, Snider Fleet Solutions operates 6 Michelin MRT® manufacturing facilities, 38 commercial/TRACS/MechanEX locations, and has over 800 employees located in 8 states. It  services fleets in over 30 states. The attorneys at Nexsen Pruet are honored to continue to assist Snider Fleet Solutions with employment, business acquisitions, tax, real estate, and litigation issues.