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July 18, 2013

Bullseye Trailers open for business

TIFTON — Bullseye Trailers has opened its new manufacturing facility in Tifton and is planning to grow to nearly 30 jobs by the end of the year.

The company manufactures custom trailers of all kinds, including economy cargo, industrial cargo, motorcycle and car haulers. Owner Tim Johnson said Tifton’s location is key to his company’s success.

“Tifton’s strategic location to Interstate 75 and the east-west corridor of Highway 82 were major factors in the company’s decision to locate here,” Johnson said.

The manufacturing facility is located at 1102 South Central Avenue. Customers can shop via the company’s website at www.bullseyetrailers.com and build and price any type of trailer they want. Johnson added that all trailers are custom built to the customer’s specifications and all are hand-crafted, high-quality enclosed cargo trailers.

Customers also have the option of using a “Quick Quote” form on the website to provide an exact description of what they are looking for and Bullseye will provide a quote. “Our prices will not be beaten,” Johnson said.

“We’ve been very impressed with Tim and his company and are excited that they have opened their business here,” said Tifton-Tift County Chamber of Commerce President/CEO Brian Marlowe. “They provide a quality product and have a solid plan for growth. I believe they’re going to do well.”

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