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Mayor Tony Young, Taylor Tire co-owner Tony Knifley

2012-12-10 - Campbellsville, KY - Photo by Larry Smith, FM 99.9.
The massive Taylor Tire Sales fire, which destroyed a 51 year old Taylor County business was a sad, sad day for Campbellsville. Campbellsville Mayor Tony Young who was on the scene, left above talks with Tony Knifley, who owns the business with his brother Ronnie. The Knifleys are carrying on a business started by their late father, Travis Knifley. From the information I have, the Knifleys will rebuild. The tire company is their life, Tony Knifley told the Mayor. The brothers grew up in the business their father founded in 1961. - Larry Smith, Operations Manager, 99.9 FM, the Big Dawg. Click Readmore to access the full story, photos from the fire

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