We had another awesome month at The Hog Ring. We brought you industry news, sales, cool projects and more. Here’s a look back at May 2021.
Do you think you have what it takes to challenge the industry’s best trimmers and come out on top?
What do small business owners need to know to navigate Covid-19 this summer?
Collector Car Appreciation Day is almost here, and with it comes a lot of weekend car shows.
Thieves in the Detroit area are steeling Chevy Equinox and Malibu steering wheels for their airbags.
Rolls-Royce partnered with Hermès to create a one-of-a-kind Phantom Oribe.
Leather has gotten a bad wrap lately, with climate activists promoting faux leather as a more sustainable option.
Check out this webinar on sewing machine basics hosted by Industrial Fabrics Association International.
Did you build a custom interior that you want to feature at the 2021 SEMA Show? Here’s how to do it.
Hydes Leather wants to make sure that the distressed leather you use in clients’ cars is the highest-quality available.
Trimmer Adolfo A. Martinez of Las Vegas, Nevada, has died at the age of 62.
Pep Boys is offering 15 scholarships to auto students through its “Find Your Drive scholarship” program.
In our craft, golden hides are so rare that few trimmers will ever upholster a car interior in one.
The coronavirus pandemic threw our industry into disarray, but it’s finally starting to return to normal.
Two textile companies are collaborating to manufacture the first carbon-negative material for automotive applications.
If you’re an auto trimmer in Ohio, chances are you’ve had a sewing machine serviced by Bernard Sominski.
If you like saving money, head over to the Albright’s Supply website.
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