Olin Mott Tire Co.
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I am absolutely embarrassed to be have ever been associated with the Olin Mott Tire company and its family. I am upset that the owner, Rick Mott would be dumb enough to pull a 70+ yr old man out of retirement and make him run the West Kennedy location. It is the fault of this unprofessional moron to ask someone who shouldn't be working to come out of his shell and work for a company that lost it's integrity. My message to this idiot (Rick Mott) is this: Get off your lazy ass and get into the Kennedy location and run it yourself. What man in this god forsaken world would take advantage of an elderly gentleman who served his time already? You sir are a disgrace to all business owners and to use your fathers name to get ahead in my opinion is bush league and lazy. Grow a set of balls my friend and get off your ass and drive over to the Kennedy location and see what mess u helped create. The definition of a successful business is that of profit, integrity and customer service and you have lost that these last couple of years. If I were you, i would sell the business to someone who cares or better yet, let someone else take over. You don't care about the employees and it shows with your abuse and lack of knowledge to drive traffic into your buildings in this current economy. Any dumb ass who builds his empire backwards ironically places his own back to the customers on Kennedy and he should walk away. If you blame your managers for lack of sales as a horrible excuse to cover your own faults, than your own hole is deeper than first imagined. Grow a pair Mister Rick Mott and grasp the one concept your father once had, and that is to make the customer first. Remember this connotation: He who leads his ship into battle against the current will most likely fail because those who are against you will have the upper hand running down stream. Good luck with a business that is barely holding on to a string. Get a grip on reality and realize that you are slowly killing your father's dream. As a customer, I have no desire to come to a company that treats its employees and customers like his back is against them. You my friend accomplished that the moment your father died. Good luck!