Our Story

Gary & Wanda Blagg started Blagg Tire & Auto Service in 1986, and merged with Car Concepts, Inc. in 2002 because of their mutual commitment to their number 1 asset, their customers and employees. For this reason, Gary and Wanda drive exceptional customer service.

What Means The Most to Us

Since then, we have built a largely successful business committed to maintaining and continually growing our business. Our business platform is 3 legged: customers, employees and company; all three are important toward our success and growth in the auto repair industry.

Our Employees Are Trained

To maintain this level of service and commitment, associates must have constant training. Training can be anything from automotive knowledge to resolving product issues. In addition, they participate in national promotions as well as local promotions.

We Give Back To The Community

Community involvement is also big factor in Blagg’s philosophy. Blagg Tire & Auto Service is associated with several Chambers of Commerce, schools and helping underprivileged children. “Gary makes sure we stay involved” says Perry Leonard, president of Car Concepts Inc, “we have gifts and talents and we do what we can.”

Quality Auto Repair & Maintenance Services

If we can continue to maintain integrity, trust and exceptional auto repair & maintenance service, Blagg Tire & Auto Service will be here to serve the local community for several years to come. We’ve got two locations in Grapevine, TX and Grapevine and Keller, TX.

Our Founders

Gary & Wanda Blagg
Gary & Wanda Blagg

We’re Involved in The Dallas / Fort Worth Community

Blagg Tire & Auto Service believes that community involvement has direct relation to their success, and strives to be involved in the Grapevine community as much as possible. Blagg is involved in the Grapevine Chamber of Commerce and the Grapevine Citizens Fire Academy committees among many others. They also are strong activists in local charities, such as AJX Foundation, Boy Scouts, Carroll High School Project Graduation, City of North Richland Hills United Way, Colleyville Rotary, Grapevine Booster Club, Grapevine Colleyville Education Foundation, Grapevine Fire Fighters and local sports, Special Olympics and Texas Association for the Blind.