It was another successful month at The Hog Ring. We covered the latest industry news, highlighted cool projects and shared loads of business advice. Here’s a look back at February 2021.
Jaguar Land Rover has recalled select models of its Range Rover Evoque over a potential fire hazard related to its seat upholstery.
Mini’s design boss, Oliver Heilmer, says the automaker is just about finished with leather upholstery.
The coronavirus pandemic has wreaked havoc on the U.S. economy, but that doesn’t mean our trim shops can’t still make money.
SEMA is hosting a live webinar on how to profit off the growing demand for classic cars.
To the naked eye, the Buick GL6 looks like an ordinary minivan. But inside, there’s actually something special going on.
BMW and Garage Italia Customs partnered in 2017 to create a one-off BMW i8 that just might have the wildest Alcantara interior we’ve ever seen.
SEMA is hosting a live webinar on how to turn online followers into actual customers.
Why spend $50 on a bouquet of roses that’ll die in a few short days when you can just make them out of leather?
Someone in Warren, Michigan, is using the vehicles parked outside of auto shops as his own personal bathroom — leaving giant turds on the seats.
Are you an out-of-work trimmer? Fear not. We scoured the internet for the latest auto upholstery jobs and posted them on our jobs page.
TopStitch Upholstery had just made it through a devastating flood when the coronavirus pandemic struck. But they stayed positive and adapted.
Registration for the 2021 SEMA Show in Las Vegas is now open! And yes, we have details.
Auto upholstery shops experiencing down time can take advantage of the lull in business to reinvent themselves.
It’s about time SEMA inducts an auto trimmer into its Hall of Fame — don’t you think?
Rolls-Royce’s Koa Phantom features interior veneers made from Koa wood, a rare species of tree that grows only on Hawaiian soil.
Winter storms knocked out power and cut water for millions of Americans – including trimmers – in the Southeast. Here’s how you can help.
Did you know that Albright’s Supply offers free shipping? It’s one of the best shipping programs in the upholster industry.
With coronavirus wreaking havoc on the U.S. economy, small businesses like ours are suffering. But that’s no excuse to cut corners.
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