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Patriot Tires Launches In The Philippines With Its Affordable Line-Up
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Patriot Tires Launches In The Philippines With Its Affordable Line-Up

These tires will cost about 30% less than the mainstream brands.

Founded in 2017, Patriot Tires was founded by Omni-United, an American company that has plant operations in China, Taiwan, Thailand, and Indonesia. Under the distributorship of The Wheel Gallery, Patriot tires aim to offer mud and all-terrain tires to the growing off-roading market at as much as 30% less than the mainstream competition.

Sam Liuson, President of The Wheel Gallery, Jay Delloso, General Manager of Patriot Tires Philippines, and John Alexander, AVP for Sales of Patriot Tires APAC

At the launch was Sam Liuson, President of The Wheel Gallery, Jay Delloso, General Manager of Patriot Tires Philippines, and John Alexander, AVP for Sales of Patriot Tires APAC. They present the new tires as well as answered questions about these new tires.

The Wheel Gallery is offering various tires for various needs. For on-road needs, there is the Patriot A/S and H/T touring tires, which gives excellent on-road comfort and performance. For the off-roading enthusiasts, the Patriot M/T (mud terrain) and Patriot A/T (all-terrain) is suitable for off-road conditions. Lastly, their flagship Patriot R/T (rugged terrain) combines multiple elements of the M/T and A/T, whilst offering reduced road noise.

The best part about these tires is the amount of performance you get for the price. While The Wheel Gallery has not finalized pricing yet, they say that the tires will cost around 30% less than the mainstream brands. These new tires come at a time when off-roading and outdoor recreation has seen impressive growth here in the Philippines.

For more of your off-roading, wheel, and tire needs, visit The Wheel Gallery at 318 Santolan Road, San Juan, or call (02) 724-7176.

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