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post #16 of 35 (permalink) Old 05-07-2013, 02:11 AM
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If you do this in the summer I would love to drive down--any excuse for a road trip.

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Yeah can you bring it to Michigan? Lol. You lucky guys have fun if they do it.

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+1 also Fl to Ca is a loooong road trip and then come back ... sheeesh
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I'd go to a cruise-in on Friday if you were closer. I'm in north OC.

I'd definitely go to a show if it was a weekend with other vendors, your local retailers, maybe some swap meet type spaces for locals in a back lot. You need just a little more dangling of the carrot than a factory and show cars.

My impression of an upholstery factory is a bunch of sewing machines and large rolls of of vynyl...invite California Mustang and have them do a co-op, bring all their clearance items and tell them to discount their prices for space at your show. Any other retailers?

Come on, man! Go big or go home (I know, that's lame). But seriously, you gotta do a little more to get the OC/LA crowd to drive down to the dust bowl on a Friday night. None of us want to sit on the E/B 91 on Friday night! Holly cow, that's horrible. You'd see 20 overheated Mustangs on the side of the road now that I think about it...just say'n.

Yup, better make it Sat and pay some peeps to work some OT on the weekend.

BTW - I love TMI products, even if I never see the factory.
What I'm thinking for this is a "first one" since we haven't done something this large. We are thinking two tours of two separate facilities, car show, racing with prizes. Just to see how the turn out is.

We do have large rolls of vinyl yes..and we do have sewing machines. But let's forget about all of our other divisions, from head liners, door panels, the foam division, our in seat touch screen head rests division, the list goes on. We are planning on expanding our facility soon to even bigger.

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Yes stop by and get me too I'll be home by then, I'll supply the fresh Atlantic lobster. Hehe

Jared, from what I've heard about TMI, I will be buying my interior from you guys once my car is painted.
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Hey Jared did you to this years fab fords show at knotts? you were there with a black 67 right?
Larry our R&D guy has the black 68. I was the bald guy walking around with a TMI shirt. Haha, but yeah we were there.
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post #20 of 35 (permalink) Old 05-07-2013, 03:02 PM
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I'm definitely interested. I'm at work 'till 4, but I might be able to sneak out a little early one week.. lol

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post #21 of 35 (permalink) Old 05-13-2013, 03:40 PM
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I'm in Temecula, so I'm definitely interested!

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I am interested. That would be good for me to see the options available for my 69 Mach 1 that needs the seats redone.


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I'd be interested.

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is this still in the works?

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Wow I wish like hell that were an option, but CA is a LONG way from Tx.



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is this still in the works?

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post #27 of 35 (permalink) Old 08-04-2013, 12:14 PM
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Is this gonna happen?

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I'd be down to go if it does!!
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TMI - You still planning on doing this?
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I'm interested but the thought of driving out the 91 on a Friday afternoon is not very appealing! I'd have to leave Costa Mesa at 10:00am to get there! LOL

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