Firestone Complete Auto Care opens in Naperville

  • Firestone Complete Auto Care, a retail tire and automotive service shop, opened at 2643 Forgue Drive in Naperville, the company said Thursday.

    Firestone Complete Auto Care, a retail tire and automotive service shop, opened at 2643 Forgue Drive in Naperville, the company said Thursday. Courtesy of Bridgestone Retail Operations

 
Posted9/9/2021 1:59 PM

NAPERVILLE -- Bridgestone Retail Operations, a subsidiary of Bridgestone Americas Inc., opened its newest Firestone Complete Auto Care retail tire and automotive service location in Naperville, the company said Thursday.

Located at 2643 Forgue Drive, Firestone Complete Auto Care provides trusted auto service and Bridgestone and Firestone-brand tires. The location features new automotive technologies and equipment operated by ASE-certified technicians for faster and better auto repairs and a complete customer experience.

 

As part of the Bridgestone Tires4Ward recycling program, used tires removed from service at the store will have a beneficial next use. Tires can find new life in rubberized asphalt, construction materials, landscaping mulch, creating energy and more.

In addition, the new location will support Bridgestone's national Driving Great Futures partnership with Boys & Girls Clubs of America. Ongoing assistance by way of customer donations and teammate volunteerism will help local Boys & Girls Clubs.

"We are thrilled to continue our expansion of the BSRO footprint in Naperville and continue toward our goal of being the most trusted provider of automotive care in every neighborhood we serve," said Marko Ibrahim, president, BSRO. "Thanks to our partnership with the Boys & Girls Clubs of America, we also hope to make a difference in the lives of Naperville area families and kids as we strengthen our presence as a trusted neighbor."

Bridgestone, headquartered in Nashville, Tennessee, operates more than 2,200 tire and vehicle service centers across the United States.

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