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A staple in the Shenandoah Valley since 1779 and home to many of Virginia's finest dining establishments, it is known for its local hot spots. With a variety of bars and restaurants that offer delicious farm-to-table food and drinks along with an exciting nightlife many Harrisonburg restaurants are locally owned. Menus filled with items sourced from local food suppliers help the city earn its well-deserved top Dining Destination accolades on Trip Advisor.
Okay, okay, okay.... maybe the Culpeper Minutemen didn't say exactly that but the spirit of the original Minute Men sure inspire our super speedy technicians to move your vehicle through our service bays a quickly as possible. With history dating as far back at 1649 when then King Charles II granted over 5.2 million acres of land to several English nobles including John Lord Culpeper, it’s no wonder this area has so many. . .
They say “Virginia is for lovers” and if that’s true then Rice Tire’s Home in Manassas in the Northern part of the state is for lovers of history. The site of TWO civil war battles that turned the history of our nation and what some may call even the most pivotal in the Union’s pursuit of victory, Manassas if overflowing with historical tidbits.
Rice Tire - Rated as the Best Place to Buy Tires by the Culpeper Times and Culpeper Star-Exponent
Located in the Shenandoah Valley the small physical size of Brandy Station belies its significance and prominence in American history. The Battle of Brandy Station during the Civil War was the largest horse mounted Calvary battle of the war and the largest Calvary battle ever fought on the North American continent. The Battle of Brandy Station was a precursor to the Civil War’s most famous battle, Gettysburg and was as some might say “the lynch pin” that unlocked the Union victory at Getty...
Home to Rice Tire and Founded in 1752, almost 3 decades before the signing of the declaration of Independence, Winchester was the fourth city to get a charter in the state of Virginia making it one of the pillars of early American society.
While Cumberland Maryland may be on the small side with only about 20,000 in its population some might say its impact on American History is absolutely enormous.
The Grave Digger Monster Truck visits Rice Tire Cumberland store.
Located less than an hour from Washington D.C. Baltimore and Gettysburg, Rice Tire has been proud to call this area our home for many years and is proud to be part of the Frederick Community. . .
Brandy Station, VA