Les Schwab offers first responder discounts to police, firefighter and emergency medical service workers. This discount applies to tires, oil changes and other services – providing an ideal deal for those constantly on the move who require their vehicle running smoothly. They even provide coupons for tire rotations and flat repairs!
The company has an established history of community involvement. Their employees regularly take part in fundraisers and charity events that benefit local organizations, donate vehicles and equipment, as well as volunteer to staff events – an excellent way of giving back and providing assistance when it is needed.
Taken further, they use every opportunity available to them to promote their brand and strengthen relationships with local communities. One such instance can be seen at Les Schwab’s Cottage Grove location in Oregon which participates in the D.A.R.E program by using an elegant GEO Tracker decorated by Les Schwab with stereo sound enhancement to assist the local police department’s D.A.R.E program at local elementary schools.
They offer several tire rebates to military, students, teachers, nurses, doctors and first responders as well as free tire rotation coupons and discounts on brake services.
Last week, three former employees filed a lawsuit against Les Schwab Tire & Auto Centers alleging they were forced to “up-sell” customers products and services not necessary to their needs, such as tires. Vincent Finzer, Tracie Lee Udey and Synthea Russell filed this action in Multnomah County Circuit Court.