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In the year 1898, Frank Seiberling founded the Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company in Akron, Ohio. The company was named after Charles Goodyear, who developed vulcanized rubber. Seiberling was loaned 3,500 dollars from his brother-in-law to purchase the company’s first facility. Goodyear was staffed initially with just thirteen employees. The business rapidly grew

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as the leader in rubber items, including bicycle tires, pneumatic carriage, and automobile tires, horseshoes, and hoses. By the year 1926, Goodyear was the largest rubber distributor in the world.

David Hill purchased nearly one-third of the worth of stock that Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company issued in 1898 and became the first CEO. The company went through two additional presidents before Seilberling became the chief executive for the company himself in 1906. He remained the president until 1921. Unfortunately, he resigned because of the recession at the time.

Goodyear experienced many tremendous accomplishments early on. For example, in 1903, the company developed the first tubeless automobile tire. Later in 1909, the firm collaborated with the aviation industry by producing the first airplane tires. Shortly after, Goodyear made their first blimp. In 1919, the firm also developed the first bulletproof gas tank for airplanes. The company continued to take the world by storm by creating new products through the twentieth century.

Ford Tire Coupons

If you have decided that it is time to replace your tires, the Ford tire coupon can come in handy. Tires can be some of the most expensive parts of your vehicle to replace. Typically, tires cost anywhere between $50 and $200, not including labor. New tires can be an excellent investment for your car.

Suggestions for New Tires

Before you purchase a set of tires because they appear to be more “affordable.” Consider what you did not like about the last set of tires. Tires may seem like they all come from the same rubber, but they differ from brand to brand. Fortunately, Ford provides up to 16 tire brands for our clients to choose from. The following name brand tires work closely with Ford to provide top of the line tire products.

  • BFGoodrich ®
  • Bridgestone
  • Continental
  • Dunlop
  • Falken
  • Firestone
  • General Tire
  • Goodyear
  • Hankook
  • Kelly Tires
  • Michelin ®
  • Nitto ®
  • Pirelli ®
  • Toyo ®
  • Uniroyal
  • Yokohama ®

Be sure to contact Ford Motor Company at (859) 341-6603 to learn how you can benefit from our $70 tire rebate or 25,000 FordPass Rewards Points on Goodyear, Dunlop, Michelin, Pirelli, Bridgestone, and Toyo; or you can visit our FordPass Rewards to learn more about this program.