Business Spotlight: Sandstone Tire
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This week, the Business Spotlight is on Sandstone Tire, owned and operated by Scott and Mindy Saunders.

Scott and Mindy began operating Sandstone Tire in the summer of 2008 as a 24-hour roadside assistance operation – which means they were saving stranded travelers by performing jumpstarts, installing spare tires, delivering fuel, towing vehicles, and the like.

Soon after opening, they expanded their services and, in addition to saving stranded travelers, they opened a storefront and began performing light mechanical services, such as tire rotation, oil changes, computer diagnostics, battery/belt/hose replacements, and front end alignments.

As the name Sandstone Tire suggests, they also sell tires. Sandstone Tire sells tires for just about every type of vehicle, including golf carts, lawn mowers, farm equipment, semi-trucks and passenger vehicles. They were the first establishment in San Juan County to qualify to sell tires through the State Bid account and are proud to be a San Juan County business serving local government.

Sandstone Tire recently expanded their 24-hour roadside assistance services to northern Utah and opened a branch serving Salt Lake and Tooele counties. So, if you’re out and about and get stranded on the go, you can rely on the local folks to be there with a helping hand either at home or “up north”.

If you have roadside assistance coverage (through your auto insurance or a company like AAA), they can generally rescue you at no cost to you.

Call Sandstone Tire at 435-459-0038 or visit their store at 138 E Center in Monticello. You can also check them out on-line on Facebook or at www.sandstonetire.com.
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