Starting the year off with a bang, we covered loads of industry news and products. We even published our “2020 Year in Review.” Here’s a look back at January 2021.
We’ve seen a lot of wild dashboards. But the wildest of all is in David Hasselhoff’s Pontiac Trans Am from “Knight Rider.”
Top Down Group is looking forward to a brighter and more successful 2021 for everyone in the industry.
Organizers of Mobile Tech Expo Orlando have canceled the event due to “overwhelming concern” over coronavirus.
Frank owned Interiors by Frank, where he specialized in upholstering classic cars. He ran that business for 50 years.
Mercedes-Benz just unveiled its new MBUX Hyperscreen, which leaves no room for stitches.
Like most of you, 2020 threw us for a loop. So when the clock struck midnight, we were happy to toast to better days.
The pandemic is forcing automakers to redefine car interiors as a space that’s not just comfortable, but also clean and safe.
With the coronavirus pandemic still raging, the U.S. federal government has reopened its PPP loan program.
With clients increasingly turning to online reviews, it’s never been more important to protect your shop’s online reputation.
John relocated his auto upholstery shop from the United Kingdom to Australia, where it flourished.
Wells Upholstery works on cars and furniture. But where they’ve really made their mark is in big tech.
Eugene owned and operated Town and Country Seat Covers in Hastings, Nebraska.
Albright’s Supply created a video explaining the pros and cons of all the different types of marking tools.
SEMA is hosting a live webinar on how to boost team morale, an especially useful skill to have during these uncertain times.
It never ceases to amaze me how few sales people make the time to follow-up after they make initial contact with a customer.
Rolls-Royce says it experienced a significant spike in bespoke requests in 2020, despite the global coronavirus pandemic.
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