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Promoting Your Product Through Giveaways And Samples

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When you have a product that you want to promote, sometimes a giveaway or promotional item is a good way to do that. In some cases, the promotional item might be something related to the product branding on it, other times it might be a sample of the product for people to try. Depending on the product and the industry you are in, giving away a sample of the actual product might not be possible; that promo items could be your best option. Read More»

How To Keep Your Vintage 'Vette Looking Mint

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You did it. You finally bought a vintage ‘Vette, and it is a sweet ride. There is just one problem. How do you keep this classic sports car from ending up on the end of a tow truck’s salvage hook? It makes most ‘Vette owners shudder to think that any of their cars would end up that way. Well, here are a few helpful hints that will keep your prize car looking mint for many more years to come. Read More»

Restoring A Vintage Car? How To Protect It This Winter

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With winter here, it’s time to start preparing your vintage car for the upcoming weather change. If this will be your first winter caring for your vintage car, you might not realize all the details that need to go into protecting your valuable possession. Winter weather can wreak havoc on your vintage car, which means you should take steps to protect it before the weather officially changes. Protecting your vintage car during the winter is important, whether you’ve completed the restoration, or you’re still in the process. Read More»

Temperature Control Options For Your Vehicle

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Many car owners are considering the ways that they can get more energy efficiency out of their cars. Aside from trading in the car for a newer model, using temperature control tactics is a great method for keeping fuel costs at bay and protecting the lifespan of the engine. The less you have to use the car’s internal heating system, the better. Here are some alternate options for car temperature control. Read More»

Three Reasons Why You Should Consider Aluminum Trailers For Your Next Trailer Purchase

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Many pull-behind trailers are typically constructed of wood flatbeds over steel frames and wheel hubs. Over time, the wood in these trailers wears out–chipping splintering and cracking straight through. Some rust or corrosion also occurs because of the fasteners that some companies use to secure the frames and wheel hubs to the wooden beds. You can bypass all of that by purchasing an aluminum trailer instead. Here are three reasons why you should consider aluminum trailers for your next trailer purchase. Read More»