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etyres praised by Wales football team boss and BBC presenter

By 19th April 2016 No Comments

All feedback from customers is much appreciated and we are delighted that two well-known faces have been happy to praise our mobile tyre fitting service in the last few weeks.

Chris Coleman, who manages the Welsh national football team, recently called etyres Portsmouth when he needed a speedy puncture repair, before shooting off to Cardiff and telling us he would definitely use us again.

While earlier this month BBC news presenter Maryam Moshiri turned to etyres South East London to fit a new tyre at her home. She later took to Twitter to tell her followers: “Amazing service from @etyres this morning. Thank you.”

We only mention this, not to name drop, but to highlight the fact that our service has widespread popularity, whether our customers are team managers or a self-employed tradesmen who rely on their vehicle to earn a living; a TV presenter or busy mum coordinating school runs and hectic family schedules; a college student or a pensioner.

Our convenient service and low prices have helped us grow from strength to strength for two decades and they continue to play a vital role in our nationwide success.

Plus, our long-standing reputation for professionalism and reliability give us the edge over our competitors. As well as garnering nearly 15,000 glowing comments on Trustpilot, the independent online review website, we have also been endorsed by the UK’s leading consumer group Which? and been approved for its Trusted Trader scheme.

Social media is a powerful marketing tool if it is harnessed properly and we use our popular Facebook and Twitter pages, as well as our weekly news blogs, to trumpet our successes and recommendations, such as those from Chris Coleman and Maryam Moshiri.

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