1-800EveryRim – OEM Wheels Closes Escrow on New Facility

1-800EveryRim – OEM Wheels Closes Escrow on New Facility

Located in Eastern Los Angeles County near the Orange County border, operations will commence during the month of September.

1-800EveryRim – OEM Wheels announced it has closed escrow on its new one-acre facility and has begun the move to Santa Fe Springs, Calif. Located in Eastern Los Angeles County near the Orange County border, operations will commence during the month of September.

“With close proximity to three counties, five freeways, major tire and wheel distributors, plus a FedEx overnight facility, we are moving to our dream location where we will have the capacity and geographic location to better serve our loyal customers both locally and nationwide,” said President Billy Eordekian.

The new location will be at 12078 Florence Ave, Santa Fe Springs, Calif. Customers and vendors are advised to call (1-800) 383-7974 before visiting or shipping to the new address. All phone and fax numbers will remain the same.

1-800EveryRim OEM Wheels
Phone: 8003837974Phone: 5626920109Fax: 5626923851Contact: Chase Potter

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