Come for the Free Coffee, Stay for the Show and BIG Sale!
Surely you’ve spent quite a bit of time at your local cars-and-coffee-type event. They’re a great time to show off cool rides while getting to know like-minded folks who live in your immediate area. As fun and comfortable as they are, the one thing these intimate meetups have to offer is the ability to purchase killer seats and interior panels at factory-direct prices or lower!
By now, TMI Products should be a household name for lovers and builders of custom cars and trucks alike. To show its appreciation of customers and owners of sponsored vehicles, as well as those looking to somehow score some new interior parts of their own, TMI held its first annual Cars & Clearance event on August 20. The premise was to gather for an early morning show (8 a.m.-noon) at TMI’s SoCal HQ, but to add to the excitement, TMI blew out a bunch of old inventory—even non-clearance items were priced to move!
“After being in business for 40 years, we had a lot of one-off pieces from shows stored away that we included in the sale. It was finally time to dust them off and clean house at incredible prices,” says TMI’s Senior Sales Manager Jimmy Pearce. “The early birds in attendance got the ‘worms,’ that’s for sure, as there were a lot of great deals to be had.”
For those just looking to hang out and take in the scenery, it was a rare opportunity to see so many different custom show vehicles of various makes and models with one thing in common—full TMI interiors. Onlookers who ever wondered just how deep the selection of leather seats, consoles, and panels TMI had to offer were able to see firsthand just what is available at the click of a mouse or early entry to next year’s Cars & Clearance event. With such a successful inaugural event in the books, of course those involved with the show are already looking into planning next year’s followup show.
To shop TMI’s current and future product lineup, as well as to stay posted for the next Cars & Clearance event, be sure to visit TMIProducts.com.
For those just looking to hang out and take in the scenery, it was a rare opportunity to see so many different custom show vehicles of various makes and models with one thing in common—full TMI interiors.