ANAHEIM, CA – November 9, 2016 – (Motor Sports Newswire) – Centennial Tires, a division of Greenball Corporation, is now stocking its lineup of tire models for trucks, SUVs, Jeeps and other vehicles with off-road capabilities. Centennial Tires will provide affordable solutions for optimum traction and control in both highway and off-road driving. All sizes are now in stock, visit www.CentennialTires.com for more details.
“Every consumer has different needs when it comes to tires, and it’s our job to provide solutions,” said Randy Tsai of Greenball. “Following the success of our Kanati Tires light truck program, we saw an opportunity with the Centennial brand to offer quality light truck tires at a competitive price point.”
Centennial Tires offers a diverse lineup of durable tire models, but each one will have two prominent features: an aggressive, capable design for various off-road terrain and adverse weather conditions, and a price point that makes Centennial Tires an economical choice for light truck and off-road enthusiasts. Customers will have a wide variety of LT and p-metric sizes and applications to best fit their needs.
|Terra Commander A/T (LT Sizes)
With a versatile tread pattern and high load capacity, the Terra Commander A/T in LT sizes offers a heavy duty 10-ply rated construction and is mountain snowflake rated for winter use.
All sizes of current models are now in stock and available through Centennial dealers. To learn more about Centennial Tires current line of products, and to find a dealer in your area visit www.CentennialTires.com. Learn more about Greenball Corporation and its diverse lineup of tires for all purposes at www.Greenball.com.
About Centennial Tires
From deep mud to slushy snow, dusty deserts to endless highway, Centennial has a tire to fit your lifestyle — without breaking the bank. Established in 2016, Centennial Tires is the newest addition to the Greenball family of tire brands that includes some of the best-selling products in the specialty tire market. So no matter where you want to go, you can trust in Centennial Tires to get you there. Visit www.centennialtires.com for more information.
Source: Centennial Tires