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Tint World Adds 2nd Location in Tennessee

The new store offers the latest in ultra-premium window tint, aftermarket accessories and automotive reconditioning.

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Tint World Automotive Styling Centers announced the opening of its second store in Goodlettsville, Tennessee. The new store, owned by Brian Weed, is located at located at 500 S. Main St.

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“I am happy for the opportunity to become a member of the Tint World team,” Weed said. “The people of the Goodlettsville area deserve an automotive styling center of the caliber of Tint World and we are honored to be the one-stop location providing these services.”

Tint World Goodlettsville, Tennessee, will offer the latest in ultra-premium window tint, automotive aftermarket accessories, automotive reconditioning, and a team of experienced installers and technicians, says the company.

“Brian’s experience in automotive styling will make this store a must-visit destination for any vehicle styling enthusiast in the Goodlettsville area,” said Charles J. Bonfiglio, president and CEO of Tint World. “Under his direction, we know we’ll see nothing but success from Brian. The people in the area can expect good things from this location!”

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Tint World Automotive Styling Centers offer sales and installation of auto accessories, mobile electronics, audio video equipment, security systems, custom wheels and tire packages, window tinting, vehicle wraps, paint protection films, detailing services, nano ceramic coatings, maintenance and repair services, and more. Tint World is also the leading provider of residential, commercial and marine computerized window tinting and security film services with locations throughout the U.S. and abroad, with franchise opportunities available worldwide, adds the company.

For more information, visit: https://www.tintworld.com/locations/tn/goodlettsville-117/.

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