The Gator tire industry is about to make history.
As we enter what is sure to be a year of tire growth, we thought it would be helpful to break down the Gators most successful seasons to date and what that means for the industry in the years ahead.
Gator season 2017/2018 (all times Eastern): We were excited to see how the 2017/18 season played out.
In our annual ranking of the 10 most productive years in Gator history, the Gato-Bass Pro-Tire tire company landed in the top five for both number of season tires and number of annual tire sales.
Overall, the company sold 2,086,000 tires for $4.1 billion in 2017, up from 1,817,000 in 2016.
It’s not a surprise to see the company be more successful than expected.
The Gato tire company is owned by the Bass Pro-Pire brand, which is the oldest and largest manufacturer of tires in the U.S. and Canada.
Bass Pro is also the tire maker for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series.
The company also is responsible for the iconic “Gator” branding and has won a host of Gator championships, including a second-place finish at Daytona International Speedway in 2018.
The 2018 Gator Tire Season (all time): It was a year for tire sales, and the results are in.
The tire market in 2018 was $4 billion in the United States, up 17% from the previous year.
In 2018, there were nearly 4,600 tire sales in the Gannon Pro-Mare category.
It was also the year Gator tires were the most popular tire on the market, as the company delivered the highest sales per market in the industry.
Overall sales were up by more than 25% over the same year last year, and there were over 6.3 million tires sold in the market.
The industry-leading 2017/19 season (all numbers in millions): The Gannon tire industry has done something that is unprecedented in recent history: it is consistently selling more tires than it produces.
That’s not necessarily a bad thing, since it means the tires are being used more.
However, the overall market is a bit different this year than last year.
Gannon’s 2018/19 tire sales are the largest in its history, and it’s also the most profitable year in the history of the tire industry.
The sales are up more than 40% over 2017 and are expected to continue to grow over the coming months.
The season sales of the Gano tire industry are expected in the range of $7.5 billion, up 16% from last year and the highest since 2012.
The year was also marked by a major expansion of the tires market in North America, as Gannon sold more tires in North American markets than any other tire company.
The number of tires sold was up by 20% over last year’s numbers, and sales in North Americas were up more quickly than in any other market.
In total, the season sales are expected at $12.4 billion, a 33% increase over last years numbers.
The largest increase in tire sales was in Europe, where sales were nearly 10% higher than in North and South America.
The biggest increase in North Americans sales came in Europe’s largest tire market, Italy.
It is expected that this will continue to be the region’s largest market for Gannon tires in 2018, as it accounted for almost one-third of all tires sold across the country.
The only other major increase in the tire market was in China, where the Gino-Mire tire market grew by nearly 30% in the first six months of 2018.
Overall: The 2018/2019 season was the most successful in the company’s history.
There were nearly 5.5 million tires in use across the U and Canada, up 10% over 2016.
The next-most popular tires in that market were the Gubbio and Gato Pro-Amp tire brands.
Overall in the next-highest tire category were the Bass-Mace Pro-Bike tire brands, which are expected by the end of the year to continue growing in popularity.
The most popular Gator brand was the Bass Tire, which accounted for more than a quarter of all Gannon Tire sales.
The second-most used tire brand was Bass Pro, which accounts for more a quarter-million tires.
It also accounted for roughly one-fifth of all sales.
All in all, the most common tires in this market in 2020 were the two Bass-Ambres.
We would expect that to continue through the 2020 season.