Boston Bruins Mascot Makes Pre-Playoffs Visit to Watertown Tire Store

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Blades, the Boston Bruins’ mascot, poses with Sullivan Tires employees, from left, Luis Rivera, Mike McCal, Michael Fleishman and Adan Campos

The Boston Bruins will start their quest for the Stanley Cup tonight against Toronto, but this week the Bruins’ mascot Blades paid a visit to a Watertown tire store.

To celebrate the Boston Bruins’ road to the Stanley Cup, Sullivan Tire & Auto Service invited the official Bruins mascot, Blades, to their Watertown location for a meet and greet celebration on Tuesday, April 10, according to Sullivan Tires. Blades chatted with employees, waved hello to customers passing through and even went into the service garage to learn some tips from Sullivan Tire technicians.

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Blades, the Boston Bruins’s mascot, checks out a car with Sullivan Tires employee Adan Campos.

About Sullivan Tire and Auto Service

Sullivan Tire is a locally owned, family business started by Robert J. Sullivan in 1955. The foundation on which Robert J. Sullivan started Sullivan Tire was “treat everyone, customers and fellow employees, as you would a member of your family.” More than sixty years later, the tradition continues. Today, Sullivan Tire is New England’s home for automotive care and commercial truck service with over 100 locations throughout Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Connecticut, Rhode Island and Maine. For more information about Sullivan Tire or to find a location, visit www.sullivantire.com.

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