Town Fair Tire Offers Military and First Responder Discounts

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ORANGE — The Town Fair Tire employee charged with fatally shooting a customer over the weekend has appeared in state Superior Court in Milford and been given a $100,000 bond, along with charges he violated his probation and weapons violations. Terrance Allen from New Haven will return for further proceedings on June 15.

Police were dispatched to 63 Boston Post Road after receiving reports of gunshots fired in one of the service bays at Town Fair. On their arrival they discovered 27-year-old Joshwua Figueroa had died from multiple gunshot wounds caused by Allen during an argument and quickly fled from the scene before being apprehended later at a local hotel for violating probation as well as weapons charges related to Town Fair, according to police.

Neil Mellen founded this retail chain in 1971 with the slogan, “The Lowest Prices Guaranteed,” still standing strong today. Since then, two or three stores per year have opened nationwide across Canada with employees receiving full medical and dental benefits as well as tuition reimbursement benefits.

The company provides customers with various ways to save money, including rebates, credit cards and online specials. Military and first responder personnel receive free shipping. Their website features clear contact details including physical address and 3 phone numbers as well as social media links; its transparency has earned it an exceptional legitimacy rating of 94% on SheerID.