Minot’s Tires Plus promotes David Lee to Store Manager

Written by: Tires Plus

A dynamic leader is stepping up and taking charge
Minot, Nd. (Oct. 31st, 2019) – Tires Plus Total Car Care of Minot and Jarid Lundeen are pleased to announce that David Lee has been promoted to Tires Plus Store Manager. As of October 14th, David has assumed Management responsibilities of the Minot Tires Plus located at 1301 20th Ave SW.
Mr. Lee began working as assistant manager for Tire Plus in April of 2019 and has proven his leadership skills time and again. In only six short months, David has proven that he personifies the “Customer First” mentality that makes Tires Plus so noticeably different in the car care industry. David has earned the respect of his colleagues and coworkers with his hands-on approach to every facet of running the business and ensuring the customer knows they are “The Boss”. Not afraid to get his hands dirty, on any given day David is just as likely to be mounting tires with the techs as he is tackling annual budgets or marketing strategies.
David Lee was raised in Middleton, Idaho and later attended Southern Virginia University where he got his degree in Business Management. Afterwards, he joined the Foreign Service Institute and spent five years as a Foreign Service Officer for the US State Department. David and his wife Amy moved to Minot and spent some time working in the oil fields before beginning his career with Tires Plus.
Jarid Lundeen and Tires Plus has been serving North Dakota for over 19 years through its locations in Bismarck, Minot, and Minot Air Force Base. From tires to engines and everything in between, their highly trained personnel are focused on delivering fast, friendly service without breaking the bank.

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