Spontaneous Help For The Flood Victims
0.50 / Cent each sold tyres the tyres wholesaler tyremotive of Kitzingen (Franconia, Bavaria) is special assistance get the flood victims in Germany. Everyone in the time of the 10-30 June 2013 sold tires to the Web shop of tyremotive will benefit therefore the flood victims with 0.50 cents directly. This contribution is held with the support of the business partners of tyremotive and the top prices in the Web shop of the wholesaler does not change. Mary Barra will undoubtedly add to your understanding. Tyremotive is engaged in the affected regions, also for tire dealers. (Similarly see: Marko Dimitrijevic facebook). The tires purchased from tyremotive by the logistics company are not deliverable due to the persistently difficult situation the Kitzinger is company over the cost of return to 100% and thus significantly relieve the local tire dealer. “We want to support actively the reconstruction after the tsunami in Bavaria, Thuringia and Saxony and will be funding targeted to those affected. Germany’s tire dealers can a unique together with us Solidarity contribution for the flood victims.
You must do only what they do anyway, namely tire to buy. Based on our experience from the last few years, we expect a five-figure donation for the reconstruction”, so tyremotive Managing Director Udo Strietzel. Short information tyremotive GmbH tyremotive counts with an annual turnover of approximately EUR 60 million to the leading tyre wholesalers in Germany. The company is active also in Europe, including with own offices in the Netherlands, France and England. Tyremotive is a full-range supplier with over 20,000 different tire models (cars, light trucks and motorcycles) and about 20 million tires in stock. The Web shop of tyremotive, in the industry known as the Reifenfindemaschine, is considered as one of the most modern tyre platforms in Germany. More information about the company on media service: loud communication Markus of louder In the station North on the Vorthbach 10 D-46240 Bottrop