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TBC Opens New Office Building In Palm Beach Gardens

The four-story, 61,000-square-foot building known as TBC South was completed earlier this month.

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TBC Corporation (TBC), one of North America’s largest marketers of automotive replacement tires headquartered in Palm Beach Gardens and parent company to Florida-based Tire Kingdom Service CentersNTB Tire & Service CentersBig O Tires and Midas, has built a new Florida office building. Associates from the corporate office building in Juno Beach will now join fellow Palm Beach Gardens corporate team members at the organization’s headquarters campus.

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The four-story, 61,000-square-foot building known as TBC South was completed earlier this month. The building is said to enhance TBC associates’ productivity and collaboration, with all departments coming together at the Palm Beach Gardens headquarters campus. This comes on the heels of the completion of the 5,830-square-foot state-of-the-art TBC Learning Center, which was officially revealed to TBC associates in October 2019, and has since served as a forum for learning and innovation in a classroom environment for an interactive, innovative and collaborative experience. 

“The new building and the move with all Florida corporate associates on the same campus will further enhance our workplace environment that promotes, supports and facilitates teamwork that has been a focus of ours for many years now,” said Erik Olsen, president & CEO, TBC Corporation. “When it is safe to do so, it will be great to have all Florida corporate team members on the same campus. We’re confident that it will assist us in continuing to provide superior service, quality products and innovation that exceeds the expectations of our customers, associates, franchisees, supplier partners and shareholders.”

Associates have begun moving into the building in a phased approach as the company continues to navigate the current environment as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. 

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