While it definitely “takes a village” and many incredible employees to keep the Thomas Tire Commercial & OffRoad division running smoothly, there are three key employees who are synonymous with the company.
Asheboro Store Manager
Daniel's career at Thomas Tire Commercial & OffRoad began in 2008 when he was hired as a commercial service technician. Since that time, Daniel has built his technical expertise and developed broad industry experience as he has progressed through numerous company positions. In addition to his responsibilities as Asheboro Store Manager, Daniel oversees the acquisition and management of all inventory, ensuring that a wide array of parts and tires are available to customers. With each customer interaction, Daniel is reminded of the Thomas family’s commitment to providing exceptional customer service with integrity. He is proud to support this goal and do his best each day to build trust and establish lasting relationships with customers.
Sanford Store Manager
Shawn joined the Thomas family in 2016 and has demonstrated an unwavering commitment to customers since his earliest days here. Before joining our team, Shawn developed his service skills and learned the importance of a customer-focused mindset while working in client-facing roles in another industry. As Sanford Store Manager, Shawn has shown himself to be a natural leader and has distinguished himself by his ability to develop close working relationships with customers as well as his no-nonsense approach to delivering results that meet and often exceed expectations.
Outside Sales Manager
Dale has been a part of the Thomas family since 1994. He started as a general tire technician at the Aberdeen store and has since held just about every position imaginable before landing in a place that’s a natural fit for his vast experience and personality. Embodying the philosophies of the company's late founder, Paul Thomas, Dale and his fellow employees believe in treating customers like friends and family. Going over and beyond is not the exception, it is the norm.