It all began in 1952 with one little tire shop and a vision of bringing together service, value, and convenience for their customers.
It is about you, and it is about time. Les Schwab sets the standard for consistently exceptional customer service. Who else runs out to greet you at your car when you arrive? Their founder, Les Schwab, said, “Our business is earning your trust and we like doing that as fast as we can.”
Always improving, never changing. From flexible credit options and vehicle wellness reports to free Wi-Fi in their waiting room, they are always coming up with better ways to make things easier for you.
Creating customers for life by creating employees for life. At Les Schwab, employees are treated like partners; that is why many of them have been with Les Schwab for well over thirty years. So you will enjoy friendly, familiar faces – along with convenient free services and the best warranty in the business – for the life of your tires.
Always driven by their founder’s vision. Born in 1917 in Bend, Oregon, Les Schwab came from humble beginnings. He was a self-made man, and believed in old-fashioned hard work. Les built his business from one store to hundreds of locations across the western states, making Les Schwab one of the largest independent tire businesses in the United States.
He did not do it alone. Les valued partnership – he was married for over 70 years after all – and provided his employee’s training and opportunities to grow and succeed, both financially and personally. Les believed in treating customers like family.
Although Les passed away in 2007, his vision remains at the core of the company’s culture: give people more for their money… reward employees for their expertise and hard work… earn people’s trust and everyone benefits. Today, the 7,000 plus employees of Les Schwab Tire Centers are proud to carry on this legacy.
Keeping your life in motion. Over 65 years ago, they set the standard for tire service. Today, Les Schwab Tires continue to go out of their way to keep you on your way.