AAA closing Middletown store, moving Hamilton store


AAA Ohio Auto Club will close one store and move another in Butler County in what it says are moves to better serve members.

The Middletown store at 120 S. Breiel Blvd. will close March 31, and the Hamilton store will move from 744 NW Washington Blvd. in late April or early May.

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The local AAA realignment started with the recent move of the West Chester Twp. store to a new location is 8210 Highland Pointe Dr. from its old location at 4864 Union Centre Pavilion Drive.

“While the new West Chester store is a smaller square footage, we operate our business in a more efficient manner today than we did 15 years ago when we moved into the old location,” said Jeremy Marshall, AAA’s managing director of regional operations. “This has allowed us to move into a slightly smaller space and maintain the same member experience local customers have come to expect.”

The Oxford AAA store will continue its operations at 102 W. High St.



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