Sullivan Tire Teams Up with Sudbury Military Support Network for National Military Appreciation Month

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 475 Boston Post Rd Sudbury MA 01776  See map

Efforts to raise money and awareness for local organization



Since May is National Military Appreciation Month, Sullivan Tire has teamed up with the Sudbury Military Support Network (SMSN) for the second year in a row to raise money and awareness for the local organization.SMSN is a community based, volunteer driven organization dedicated to supporting, honoring and recognizing all past and present Sudbury Massachusetts residents who have served in the military as well as their strong families.

For every tire sold at Sullivan Tire’s Sudbury location, from April 30 through May 12, Sullivan Tire will donate $5 to the local SMSN. Additionally, on May 12 there will be an in-store event to celebrate the fundraiser. This event will include free refreshments such as coffee, bagels and calzones from Sudbury Coffee Works, games for kids, prizes, and giveaways. Some of the prizes and giveaways include Sullivan Tire gift cards, Sullivan Tire coupons, movie passes, “Misty the Dog” stuff animals, frisbees, and an “enter to win” raffle for Red Sox tickets! The event will go from 9:00am to 1:00pm at 475 Boston Post Road Sudbury, MA. 


More information about SMSN can be found here, http://www.sudburymilitarysupportnetwork.org/.


About Sullivan Tire:

Sullivan Tire is a locally-owned, family business started by Robert J. Sullivan in 1955. The foundation on which Robert J. Sullivan started Sullivan Tire was “treat everyone, customers and fellow employees, as you would a member of your family.” More than fifty years later, the tradition continues.  Today Sullivan Tire is New England’s home for automotive care, with 57 retail locations and 15 Commercial Truck Tire Centers throughout Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Maine. For more information about Sullivan Tire or to find a location, visit www.sullivantire.com.


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