Business Profile: OK Tire offers high-quality service

By Sarah Wegelin

OK Tire provides clients with high quality mechanical and tire service for all makes and models of vehicles.

Owners Tony and Mario Mastroianni celebrate 20 years of operating the business on February 1.

Cousins Tony and Mario explain their success in business in Golden has been due to honesty, fair pricing, and nation-wide warranty. They also attribute having a great team and great clientele as major factors in their success.

“A lot of work goes into running the business. We have a great team working for us,” Tony said

OK Tire is a full-service mechanical operation, providing maintenance and repairs for all types of vehicles. With winter upon us and safety on the roads being top priority, it’s important to take care of winter maintenance on your vehicles.

“A lot of people are overlooking their wiper blades,” he explains of those travelling on the highways. When wiper blades are wearing down, travellers experience last minute smearing on their windows and a build up of ice, which reduces visibility and increases risk of accidents. Tony recommends good quality wiper blades and good quality tires.

When it comes to travelling on black ice, Tony says studded tires are better.

Located at 905 10th Avenue N., OK Tire is open Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. until 5 p.m.

OK Tire is a nation-wide franchise and offers warranties on maintenance and repairs.

The warranty on the work their team provides helps ensure clients quality and satisfaction when bringing their vehicles to them for care and repairs.

Mario and Tony offer more than your backyard mechanic. OK Tire offers fair pricing, tons of experience, and a great team for your vehicle’s care and maintenance.

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