Happy To Be Here: Tire Retread Company Expands, Improves
Published 12:00 am Friday, June 15, 2012
BesTreads, the commercial tire retread manufacturing operation owned and operated by Harry and Debbie Price, has moved from Winston-Salem to Mocksville. The new location at 279 Bethel Church Road provided room for expansion and has helped make the operation more efficient.
According to owner Debbie Price, who directs the day-to-day operation: “Mocksville and Davie County have been good for our business in many respects. The permit and inspections processes in Mocksville and Davie County add value by helping to ensure employee and environmental safety while at the same time helping us reduce risk.
“We hire most new employees through Temporary Resources in Mocksville and we have found that Davie County students are graduating from high school work-ready. Moving to Davie County has also allowed us to take the best ideas and practices from across the industry and combine them into one modern plant.”
According to Harry Price: “When you call us, you go straight to the top. Debbie directs the day-to-day operation while I work with customers to determine the best retreads for their operations. There are no committees or upper management to give you the run around. We offer attention to detail and customer service that only a family-run operation can provide.”
BesTreads provides retread services for 14 Local Education Agencies (LEAs) and several municipal transportation agencies. If you ride a public bus in Winston Salem, or a school bus in Surry County, you are riding on BesTreads tires …