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A large contingent ofbrleaders and members of the Payson Santaquin Area Chamber of Commerce arrived atbrBig O Tires in Payson to honor Big O Tires and Service as this month’s electionbras Business of the Month.

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The Payson Big Obrstore, located at 1146 West 800 South, received recognition from the mayor andbrcity council earlier in the month at the Payson City offices.

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A banner, proudlybrdisplayed at the Big O store in Payson, was brought to the Sept. 18 event bybrchamber staff and members, along with a huge “Business of the Month” cake andbrdonuts for everyone. Accepting the award for Big O was owner Gabe Dunn and hisbrmanager Jesse Parent.

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Dunn, thanked thebrattendees and said “Thanks to the Payson Santaquin Chamber. We love ourbrcommunity and our customers!”

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“Big O Tires isbrthrilled to be in Payson and we work hard to earning the trust and business ofbrour community while providing great value and exceptional customer service,”brsaid Parent.

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The 10,600 square footbrstore features ten state-of-the-art service bays, Challenger and Ammco Lifts,brHunter laser guided alignment machines and environmentally friendly wastebrdepositories. The customer waiting area offers a 42-inch cable television,brwireless Internet access, complimentary fruit, bottled water, clean,bresthetically pleasing restrooms, children’s play area and courtesy customer shuttlebrservice.

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The $2 million-dollarbrfacility sits on one and one-half acres and was constructed by Payson-basedbrZion Builders Construction. The store employs 15 full time service staff.brDesign by MJM Architects of Memphis, Tenn., the Payson store has become thebrmodel of how future Big O Tires stores will be built and operated nationwide.

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The tire store chainbrhas made significant cutting-edge improvements in the energy efficiency of thebrbuilding design to cut energy use by implementing the newest technologies inbrcooling, water, and lighting design.

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The “Eco-friendly”brdesign includes standards and practices that include pollution prevention,brcleanliness, recycling, resource conservation and bio-friendly lubricants andbrflushes.

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The Payson servicebrcenter Big O Tires stocks more than 1,500 tires ready for immediatebrinstallation. Customers have access to top tire brands including. Servicesbroffered at Big O Tires includes: wheel alignment, brake repair, oil and lube,brsteering and suspension, windshield repair and replacement, air conditioning,brbatteries, starters and alternators, shocks, struts, cooling systems,brtransmissions, as well as the latest diagnostic and maintenance services.

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Store hours are Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. tobr6 p.m.; and Saturday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., closed Sundays. Express service isbravailable with Big O’s “Speed Lanes” to better serve customers. (Submittedbrto Serve Daily by Kevin Dunn.).

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