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Tint World Memphis
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Tint World Opens Three Southern Stores


Tint World Automotive Styling Centers, has opened new locations in Memphis, Smyrna, Georgia, and Charleston, South Carolina.

Memphis

The Memphis Tint World is owned and operated by Kyle and Debra Neeley. It offers a full-service auto styling. Kyle Neeley has franchise experience and a passion for auto accessories after spending 15 years in the printing industry, according to the company.

Tint World of Memphis offers automotive tint, PPF, mobile electronics, advanced driver-assistance systems and car stereo upgrades, and residential and commercial window film.

“We’re in a great location that will be convenient for our customers,” Kyle Neeley said. “I know the people of Memphis are going to love our standard of customer service, too. I’ve worked in a lot of shops before, and I know that’s one place where we can set ourselves apart.”

Smyrna

The Tint World in Smyrna, Georgia is owned and operated by Shahid Ali and Alexander Khiyayev. It is fifth Tint World store in the Peach State and its first in Cobb County. It offers a full-service auto styling to the northwest Atlanta suburbs.

“Shahid and Alexander are excellent businessmen who are going to run a shop that will

Tint World of Smyrna offers automotive tint, PPF, mobile electronics, advanced driver-assistance systems and car stereo upgrades, and residential and commercial window film.

Tint World of Smyrna is located at 2274 Atlanta Road SE.

Charleston

Tint World Automotive Styling Centers has a new store in Charleston owned and operated by the father-son team of Tom and Drew Nixon. The store will provide full-service auto styling as the franchise’s first location in South Carolina.

Tint World of Charleston offers automotive tint, automotive paint protection film, mobile electronics, advanced driver-assistance systems and car stereo upgrades, and residential and commercial window film. Many of the products for automobiles are also available for boats and other marine vehicles.

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