Bretzville Tire moving to Hasenour Motor buildingDecember 7, 2017
By ALLEN LAMAN
BRETZVILLE — Bretzville Tire and Accessories will move into the former Hasenour Motor Company building in St. Anthony in less than two weeks, giving the local company the space that manager Mike Mullen said it needs to expand.
The shop will close at its current location at noon on Friday, Dec. 15, and reopen at the new location at 3991 IN-64 in St. Anthony on Monday, Dec. 18. Mullen said the company will remain Bretzville Tire and Accessories when it reopens in the nearby town, but noted that name will change in the future.
“This building was for sale, and presented an opportunity,” Mullen said. “It’s got a lot more room. It just all kind of worked out.”
Saying the facility has a lot more room could be an understatement: The current shop in Bretzville encompasses about 1,000 square feet, while the business’ new shop spreads across about 5,000 square feet. And that’s just the space the company plans on utilizing when they first move in — an additional space of about 6,000 to 7,000 square feet will sit waiting in the building until the company starts expanding.
Aside from noting the addition of vehicle tire alignment services, Mullen, who has been with Bretzville Tire for about four years, didn’t say specifically how Bretzville Tire will grow in the future. Currently, the shop sells and repairs tires on a wide variety of vehicles and also sells vehicle accessories.
Bretzville Tire and Accessories is owned by Keith Hedinger of Bretzville. The business has operated from the current building for about nine years.
The shop can be reached at 812-683-2868. After moving, the phone number will change to 812-326-2550.
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