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Big O Tires opens its doors in Santaquin with ribbon cutting ceremony

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Big O Tires inbrSantaquin is officially open with complete car care services for all inbrsouthern Utah County.

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Payson-SantaquinbrChamber members and city leaders cut the ribbon to welcome Big O Tires to thebrcommunity.

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“Santaquin and thebrsurrounding community have been very welcoming to us,” said Colton Petersen,browner. “This is a great place to raise a family and help our friends withbrcomplete car care.”

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Customers can alsobrreceive alignments at $59.95, $25 off of brakes, and a healthy car special forbr$24.95.

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“I started out in thisbrbusiness when my father ran a Big O Tires, and when I had a chance to own onebrin Santaquin, my wife, Tristyn, and I jumped at the chance. We look forward tobrraising our family here.”

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With winter coming on, Petersen invites everyone to get abrtour of Big O Tires at 55 Highland Drive, Santaquin, and make sure your vehiclebris ready for winter. (Submitted to Serve Daily by TimbrBrown.)

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