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Old 08-16-2010, 08:47 AM   #1
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Race Ramps Sales Success Necessitates Move to Larger Production Facility

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“Despite the sluggish economy, Race Ramps has seen substantial year to year sales increases”. Says Race Ramps President, Richard Heinz. “Over the past three years our sales volume tripled, and the increase in product demand pushed our manufacturing capacity to its limit. Because of the confines of our building there was no room to expand production. Therefore, we decided to a move to a larger facility that provides us with three times the manufacturing space of our old building. This move not only allows us to meet the growing demand for our existing products, but will provide the additional production capacity needed for the new products we continually introduce.” Heinz concludes.


About Race Ramps

In 2004 Brute Industries began manufacturing Race Ramps, a product line that provides unique solutions to gain access to the underside of low ground clearance vehicles. The company uses their patented super lightweight 100% solid block construction technology to produce Race Ramps, as well as other products including vehicle exhibit ramps, showroom mats, and realistic lightweight “rocks” for power sports displays. Brute Industries continues to grow as a customer driven company - finding unique solutions to customer problems. For more information visit www.raceramps.com.
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Old 08-17-2010, 01:45 AM   #2
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Old 08-17-2010, 09:05 PM   #3
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