Jul 21, 2016 1:11 PM

Stratham Tire in Concord to celebrate reopening with party after massive April fire


CONCORD — The tire shop that burned down back in April has reopened and has a celebration planned for their reentry into the tire business on Aug. 5.

READ: Stratham Tire owner says 'there's no words' after Friday's massive fire in Concord

The local branch of Stratham Tire reopened June 13, after they bought and outfitted the building next door to their location that burned down at 84 Manchester St.

The celebration will take place from 1 to 3 p.m., with food available for guests. The tire shop hopes that the celebration will re-introduce people to the shop and give them an opportunity to get to know the business again.

PHOTOS: Fire knocked down at Stratham Tire in Concord, smoke seen miles away

The fire broke out about 6 a.m. on April 15 before the tire shop opened for business. The fire churned through stacks of tires and produced a column of black smoke that could be seen from miles around.

The family-owned, N.H.-based tire chain was in business 40 years prior to the fire.


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