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October 25, 2010

In the past few updates I mentioned this is our slow time of the year but this year we have been a lot busier than expected which is great. We have been getting a lot of local seats dropped off and of course everybody wants them back yesterday but we have been keeping everybody pretty happy with the turnaround time. A big thanks has to go out to Blue Ridge Harley Davidson they send us a lot of local business on the Harley side of the seat world. Another local dealer JE's Honda sends us a lot from the metric side. So thanks guys we really appreciate ya'll.

Over the past few months I have been trying to figure out a good market to expand into. Currently all we work on are motorcycle seats, that's it. We offer our modifications and new covers but motorcycle seats are it. I have thought about expanding into car seats but there are so many people doing that and that kind of gets us off the motorcycle path. Well, here recently we have been doing a lot of ATV seats for guys. Most have known about us through our work with motorcycle seats so we are going to start offering more services for the ATV, motocross and UTV seats. Hopefully we will even be at some of the local races this coming year and will be offering our services there for new covers and seat rebuilds. I think this will be something really cool also because we can build the seat to help with impacts on hard landings and our cover prices should be very competitive and hopefully a lot cheaper than what is being offered now. So in the next several months we will be working on getting this into action and hopefully in the next few years MCC will be as well know in that area as we are with our street bike seats.

The past couple of months have just flown by. I am guessing that being on the road so much the past few month and the time preparing for Sturgis and Thunder Beach makes things extra busy and when you are busy time passes quickly. November and December is quickly approaching and November everything starts picking back up again and next thing you know we will be into another new year. I still can't believe we have been in business going on 7 years now, where has all that time gone?

One last thing about the ATV,UTV and Motocross seats. I am looking for a few local guys who would like to be a part of Team Mean City. I need seats to make patterns off of for both covers and foam. So if you are local and race please contact me.

Till next time be safe and enjoy the ride.

October 4, 2010

Well, the trip down to Thunder Beach was a long one. 96 miles away from the shop we had another blow out on the hauler but luckily this time it didn't take a fender off with it and we were right at an exit where a tire store was so 45 minutes later we were back on the road again and not 2 hours like leaving Sturgis.

Thanks to everyone who came by to see us and thanks to everyone who got their seats worked on. We had a pretty good rally and talked to a lot of people about doing custom covers for them this winter so like last year this was another worthwhile trip. There were times we really needed a third person with us and I may make our road crew a little larger for next year.

Everything at the shop is running as smooth as silk right now. We are getting a good number of orders daily and believe it or not this is the start of our slow time of the year. October and November are our two slowest months out of the year, I guess guys are trying to get that last ride in and when they put the bikes up the seat is out of sight and out of mind but once we hit December the orders really start picking up again.

While I was at Thunder Beach we made some really good contacts and hopefully one of them will be a big one and if everything works out we may be in Daytona for the Spring rally this coming year but we'll have to wait and see. The people set up across from us sold leather jackets and vest along with patches and had a sewer with motorcycle seat cover experience and that really helped as we had a few customers who needed some places repaired on their covers so we were able to get that done while we worked on their seats. I think if we can get things worked out to where we can do covers at the rallies too then we will really need to grow the rally team and business will BOOM! Another thing I am thinking about also is taking orders for custom covers for the rallies, we will make the cover per order for a specific bike in whatever material the customer wants and we can install it right there at the rally and if need be maybe make the cover on the spot which would be pretty cool also...we'll have to see what I can come up with.

That's going to wrap up this week's what's new. As always, till next time be safe and enjoy the ride.

September 23, 2010

Well it has been a while since writing a what's new update and I finally got a minute to sit down and do it. With no doubt we have been extremely busy the past few weeks and luckily it's not slowing down any for us. This coming week we are heading back down to Panama City Beach Florida for the Fall Thunder Beach Rally. If you are going down be sure to stop by and see us, we will be setting up at the Bay Pointe Marriott and should be the first vendor in the lot again. We have a new lot manager because our old one got promoted...congrats Rich.

Our custom and replacement cover work has really picked up over the past few weeks. I have been posting pictures on our Facebook page. I had ASR Graphics here in Maiden make us a 3D logo of our logo that we can use in the background of these pictures and it turned out really good. I also had some MCC flags made that will be flying high over the hauler along with a new banner to use when at the rallys and will be sure to take some pictures of the new digs while at Thunder Beach.

This past weekend we had our 5th Annual VTX Tech Session here at the shop. Had a great turn out and everybody really enjoyed themselves. We had live music from the Funky Kings out of Hickory NC and some awesome hamburgers from Galaxy Food here in Maiden. This year the turnout was the largest yet and I have to say this was the best one yet. We had guys come from as far as Michigan and Florida which is pretty cool for a one day event.

That's going to wrap up this weeks up date. Hopefully I will be able to get on the next one a little quicker and will try to send it from Panama Beach. Till next time be safe and enjoy the ride.

Till next time be safe and enjoy the ride.

September 3, 2010

The past two weeks have been extremely busy around the shop. We have had a surge in custom cover work and it's not showing any signs of letting up which is great. Usually this time of year things start winding down but the cover work is keeping us rolling hard which having work is always a good thing.

In the last update I had talked about us going to Thunder in the Smokies and the Rally in the Valley, well those two rallies are out of the picture now. What I didn't mention in the last update was the bad experience we had on the way back from Sturgis. We had a blowout on the hauler which took off the right side fender. Luckily the fender and a little rubber on the side of the hauler was all the damage we got but the hauler is getting repaired. Once it's back at the shop we just won't have time to get it stocked up for those two deals so instead of rushing things I thought it would be best to skip these two rallies this year and focus on some renovations around the shop during those two weekends.

We will be at Thunder Beach Sept 30th - Oct 3rd. We will be setting up at the Bay Pointe Marriott which is the same location we were at during the spring rally and from what I was told we will be set up in the same spot but our buddy Rich who was our lot manager got promoted so we will have a new lot manager this time but hopefully Rich passed along our information to the new guy.

We get compliments on our website all the time about how easy it is to navigate and how good the site looks. I have to give all that credit to Ron, our web guy. He has done a fantastic job with the site and I think it the site is awesome myself. The site has had its current design for 4-5 years now and Ron is at it again. He is currently working a new design for the site and it will have a lot of new features that we both are excited about getting on it. If any of you guys need a great looking professional web site, Ron is the MAN and is always learning the latest and greatest things to add.

This coming weekend is Labor Day and the shop will be closed Saturday Sept 4th - Monday Sept 6th. So with that being said no one will be at the shop to answer the phones and email responses may be a little slow but we will be back in the shop on Tuesday September 7th. Have a great weekend and till next time be safe and enjoy the ride.

Till next time be safe and enjoy the ride.

August 18, 2010

Well Sturgis has come and gone for another year. We had a good showing again this year and will be returning next year in the same location, which is next door to Sturgis Harley Davidson. We had the Impact Gel guys from La Crosse Wisconsin set up with us this year and they had a good show and it worked out really good for us both. I doubt we will be able to do that again though, I learned a few things at this rally and we'll need all the real estate we can get to have everything that I have plans for next year.

Scheduling is remaining strong and we have been able to maintain the 2 weeks out on scheduling which works really well. Same turnaround time as usual, overnight. It amazes how some people don't understand the scheduling. I know I have gone over here time and time again and it is clearly explained on the scheduling page and then the turnaround time blows their minds.

We have two maybe three more events to set up at this year before we start planning for next year's rallies. Two of the next three are in NC in Maggie Valley. We are already locked into the Thunder in the Smokies and are working on getting in on the Carolina Harley dealers rally which is called the Rally in the Valley but that one is still in the air right now. The last rally will be the Thunder Beach Fall Rally. We will be setting up at the Marriot again which is the same location that we setup for the spring rally and hopefully will be our home away from home for all the rallies there.

Again, I have to thank Steve and Brent for keeping the shop up and running while I was gone to Sturgis and I have to thank my buddy Robbie for his help in Sturgis. These guys made my job a lot easier and all of us working together made the trip worthwhile. Although, we did experience a few problems on the way back. We weren't even a hundred miles outside of the Rapid City when one of the trailer tires blew out which ended up putting us 2-3 hours behind while getting that fixed. The only other issue we had was a bike breaking loose in the hauler which happened after our last fuel stop. Luckily nothing much happened to Robbie's bike but my gas tank now has a few big scratches and a couple dents in it which sucks but we made it home safely and that's the most important thing.

Next month we will be holding our 5th annual VTX Tech Session here at the shop. I can't believe we have been holding these for 5 years now. This will be the first one held in our new shop and I am sure the regular attendee's will be in for a big surprise with all the room we have now but that seems to be going away rapidly though.

I am going call it a wrap on this week's update. Sturgis was fun but it's good to be back home and sleeping in my bed again. That army cot is good for a few days but two weeks sleeping on it gets old.

Till next time be safe and enjoy the ride.

July 30, 2010

One thing I really like to do is keep up with statistics. I guess I got hooked with stats back in my Navy days. At the end of a 6 month deployment they would always give us the stats of how much fuel the ship used, how many gallons of JP5 that the air craft used, the number of launches and arrest. I always thought it was cool and really put into perspective at how much it took to supply an aircraft carrier. So now I like to keep track of how many hits the website gets a day and how people get to us. I remember back when the site first went up, it would get around 10-15 hits a day and by the end of the first year it was getting between 35-50 hits a day. Almost 7 years later and we average around 350 unique visits a day to the website. The most hits in one day is 567. In perspective it really isn't a lot considering the internet is worldwide but most people who go to the website have one thing in mind and that is making their motorcycle seat more comfortable. Another number I watch is the number of schedules per day. In the busy season we usually schedule 15-20 seats per day and in the off season 3-5 seats a day. Google is by far the leader in sending people our way via the internet and the top 5 searches all included Mean City Cycles in some configuration but motorcycle seat modification and custom motorcycle seat is also in the top 8 searches.

One day I was on the net and had just got off the phone with a person who scheduled and thought I would do a search for Mean City Cycles on Google and was shocked at how many results came up. Over 2 million results...now that was a huge shock. So I started going through the pages and was amazed at how many different forums had people talking about our work. We get a lot of testimonials sent to us and we try to post them all but having all these testimonials on different forums gave me a warm fuzzy feeling knowing that we have helped so many riders and that they were spreading the word about us. I have said it before and I will say it again, there is nothing like word of mouth advertising you just can't buy anything that even compares to it.

Tomorrow the Sturgis crew heads out. 1360 miles one way. Last year I think there was around 325,000 people in attendance and I heard that they are expecting over 800,000 this year with it being an anniversary year (70th). We did pretty good last year and hopefully this year will be as good or even better. I always thought it would be pretty cool to be able to go to the rallies and set up to do seats on the spot. So I started thinking about it and bought the hauler in 2008 but when I started checking on setting up at the rallies I was shocked at how much it would cost just for the spot then you have to take into consideration all the other aspects, like hotel cost, fuel and food plus labor. It really added up quickly. Myrtle Beach is where I figured we would be for our first big rally but that never panned out, the cost of setting up there was just too much to gamble on. I have looked at a lot of different rallies, Daytona, Laconia and several others and never would have thought I would be able to go to Sturgis because it's such a large rally and traveling that far would be tough. So I was surprised that we were able to work things out last year but am glad we did and I look forward getting out there again but just like last year I am nervous and hope we can break even. This year the cost is double of last year so we'll see.

Last thing and I'll end this. I just want to thank Brent and Steve for all their help at the shop. It is nice being able to leave the shop for two weeks and know that these two guys are there running it and keeping things rolling. The shop is our main source of income and it can't close while I am at a rally because there is always the what if we flop at the rally and then the bills don't get paid, so thanks guys for all your hard work and dedication to the business.

Till next time be safe and enjoy the ride.

July 24, 2010

Well a week from today the Sturgis crew heads out. They will be arriving in Sturgis Aug 2nd and will be opening either the 5th or 6th so if you are going to there stop by and say hey. We will be set up right beside Sturgis Harley Davidson on Main St.

While the Sturgis crew is working hard at the rally the shop don't slow down any, we have a crew stay at the shop. A lot of people seem to think we shut the shop down but we can't do that, just too many seats coming in and we have people calling wanting to schedule all the time so Yes the shop will be open and operating as usual.

I've been able to put a lot more miles on the new driver and passenger backrest modifications and all I can say is "WOW" I really like this modification and glad we got it worked so we can offer it. It took a year to get from the drawing board to use but the time was well spent.

September 18th we'll be having our annual VTX Tech Session. I can't believe we have been holding these for 5 years now. Every year it keeps getting bigger and bigger and this year is going to be the best one yet. I have several surprises lined up. We have riders riding in from Virginia, West Virginia, Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina and one special guest all the way from Houston Texas. The tech session is for all VTX's 1300 and 1800 but we welcome anybody who rides to stop by.

Till next time be safe and enjoy the ride.

July 17, 2010

Another week has passed and this one has been a busy one. Scheduling has been heavy and we had a lot of drop off seats this week also. We are still holding onto the 2-3 weeks out on scheduling though and we are doing everything we can to maintain that.

The road crew is starting to get ready to head up to Sturgis for the 70th Annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally and Races. If you haven't ever been to Sturgis I highly recommend going. The riding there is just outstanding and the rally isn't as wild as the TV shows make it out to be...really. It's pretty cool where we are set up which is right on Main Street beside Sturgis Harley Davidson. About 8 to 9 AM you start hearing a rumble of engines by noon it sounds like a constant thunder and stays like that till about 11 PM at night.

We have been outsourcing our embroidery work for the past few years now and this really adds time to the turnaround time. While most seats are in and out in 24 hours the seats requiring embroidery could take anywhere from 36 to 72 hours. We tell customers this and a lot of times, especially in the summer riding month's guys don't want to be without their seats that long and I fully understand that. Well, this week I have started inquiring about embroidery machines and we should have our own in the next month or two. I think this will really speed things up but it will also let us get more creative on what we can offer and make some really cool stuff. I am looking at a few different models and I have it narrowed down to three different mobile units. I believe this will give us a huge edge being able to load it up and take it with us to the rallies. I am really excited about getting this.

I want to thank Brent and Steve, these guys do a great job at the shop and take their job seriously. It's hard to find employee's who care about what they do and these two guys give a 100% all the time. Thanks guys for the hard work and putting up with me. I had a Senior Chief in the Navy who thought if you weren't moving you were wasting time and it kind of rubbed off on me so I know these guys have a hard time understanding my mindset but Brent was in the Army so he kind of understands the way I operate.

One more thing, while in Sturgis the shop will be open back home. We have two crews, one that does the shows and the other that works the shop. The reason I say this is because some people don't realize that the shop is open when we are at Rallies. We get emails and phone calls about this is why I point it out so, Yes, while we are working rallies we have a crew at the shop also working on scheduled seats also.

Till next time be safe and enjoy the ride.

July 10, 2010

I hope everybody had a great 4th of July. We took a few days off and enjoyed the time riding the bikes. We are currently scheduling the last week of July so we aren't losing any ground so that's good but this past week I was shocked that we were able to maintain with the number of people who scheduled.

We were supposed to be set up in Charlotte today for an attempt to break the Guinness World Book of Records for the biggest poker run but something went wrong and it got cancelled sometime yesterday. I apologize to anybody who went because we were going to be there but I didn't find out till 8:30 PM last night and found that out on Face Book of all places and confirmed it on one of the Harley dealer's website.

As always when the weather is good we have a lot of riders stopping by the shop to see about getting their seats done and talk about options and I have found that when a customer sees some of the custom cover work we do they end up getting a cover done also. The custom cover's page just doesn't do the covers justice.

Lets wrap up this week's up day, I know it isn't that exciting but we are in the summer stretch now and it's just work you butt off all day and do it again the next day.

Till next time be safe and enjoy the ride.

July 1, 2010

What a wild week this has been. The scheduling has really started picking up this week and the local drop off has as well. We have been experiencing a pretty good heat wave here in NC with temps in the mid to upper 90's so everything has been HOT.

We are going to be closed Saturday July 3 through Tuesday July 6th for the 4th of July holiday so email responses will be slow during this time frame but be patient we will reply.

I am going to keep this update short and sweet. Have a great holiday and thanks again to everyone who has been recommending our services.

Till next time be safe and enjoy the ride.

June 22, 2010

This week has been extremely busy. Working on seats, finalizing another event for us to set up at and finishing two new modifications and working on two others.

We will be setting up Charlotte Harley Davidson for the Record Breaker Poker run on Saturday July 10th. The ride starts at Pat Rogers Harley Davidson with the final stop being the Charlotte dealership. There will be vendors, live music and several other things going on so make plans now to come out and help break the record and make this the largest Poker Run ever.

We have been asked over the past 6 years if we work on backrest and the answer has always been "no". Well now we do. We just finished working out the details and road testing and we have come up with a solution to those hard backrest pads. We have a new foam which is best described as a memory foam and gel mix. It forms to your back yet gives great support. I think this is going to be a huge hit myself and actually have it in my driver and passenger backrest on my bike. Right now that is all it is offered for are Backrest and not tourpak pads. I am working on the tourpak version now and I am hoping we can start offering it before the end of July.

Just a quick update on scheduling, we are currently 3 weeks out on scheduling. We have been working our butts off trying to get to this point and finally made it. I hope we can maintain it at 3 weeks but I cannot promise it because we are getting a lot of orders everyday so if you want to get your seat done now is the time to call and make your appointment while the time frame is where it is at. And I will also say this because some people don't read everything or read it out of context. Our turnaround time is 24 hours as long as you schedule. Your seat has to be at the shop the day before it is scheduled, then the next day it is completed and shipped back. You would be amazed at how many people will call and ask "How long is your turnaround time, 3 weeks?" No, our turnaround time is 24 hours, it has been for the past 4-5 years now and I don't see us changing the format because it works so well.

Well guys that is going to wrap up this week's update. It's a beautiful day here in NC and I am going to go ride my bike. Till next time be safe and enjoy the ride.

June 12, 2010

This week has been extremely busy. Working on seats, finalizing another event for us to set up at and finishing two new modifications and working on two others.

We will be setting up Charlotte Harley Davidson for the Record Breaker Poker run on Saturday July 10th. The ride starts at Pat Rogers Harley Davidson with the final stop being the Charlotte dealership. There will be vendors, live music and several other things going on so make plans now to come out and help break the record and make this the largest Poker Run ever.

We have been asked over the past 6 years if we work on backrest and the answer has always been "no". Well now we do. We just finished working out the details and road testing and we have come up with a solution to those hard backrest pads. We have a new foam which is best described as a memory foam and gel mix. It forms to your back yet gives great support. I think this is going to be a huge hit myself and actually have it in my driver and passenger backrest on my bike. Right now that is all it is offered for are Backrest and not tourpak pads. I am working on the tourpak version now and I am hoping we can start offering it before the end of July.

Just a quick update on scheduling, we are currently 3 weeks out on scheduling. We have been working our butts off trying to get to this point and finally made it. I hope we can maintain it at 3 weeks but I cannot promise it because we are getting a lot of orders everyday so if you want to get your seat done now is the time to call and make your appointment while the time frame is where it is at. And I will also say this because some people don't read everything or read it out of context. Our turnaround time is 24 hours as long as you schedule. Your seat has to be at the shop the day before it is scheduled, then the next day it is completed and shipped back. You would be amazed at how many people will call and ask "How long is your turnaround time, 3 weeks?" No, our turnaround time is 24 hours, it has been for the past 4-5 years now and I don't see us changing the format because it works so well.

Well guys that is going to wrap up this week's update. It's a beautiful day here in NC and I am going to go ride my bike. Till next time be safe and enjoy the ride.

June 7, 2010

This past weekend we attended the Hog Happenin in Lincolnton NC and I must say that the turnout was HUGE and was the biggest event they have had so far. This was their 10th year holding the event and our 3rd consecutive year setting up. While the event was the biggest it was our worst year ever there. All the bikes park right on main street and the past two years that is where we have been set up so all the biker's riding in would see us and when walking around checking things out we were right in the mix of things. Well this year they decided to move us. We were not on Main Street any longer and they put us as far away from the bikes as they could, we were the last vendor on the other side of town over 2 blocks away from the court house. Luckily we had already been telling people we would be there doing seats or we would have been really screwed over. We had 3 people who didn't know we were going to be there get their seats done, everything else we had already arranged and these people even had a hard time finding us because we were stuck behind all the kiddie stuff and most people didn't walk down through there because they would see all of the kid's stuff and thought that is what was down that road. The past few years we would get a lot of work because of this event both on location and the following weeks because there are a lot of people in our area who don't even know we are here. Needless to say I am not too happy with the promoters right now but it's water under the bridge but I can say unless they guarantee us a spot on Main Street for next year this was our last year going to this event. I am sure all the biker's are happy they had a endless supply of Juju Beads on main street to look at but you don't put motorcycle specialty vendors (yes we weren't the only ones stuck back in the abyss) as far away from the bikers that you can and to add insult to injury put all the kid's games in front of them.

Sorry for the ranting, location is key in this business and I just feel like we were done wrong. I was told we were moved 3 times because we took up so much space...What?

Well moving on. I did get good news this week from Sturgis. Some of you may have heard that Harley Davidson is moving their main factory back setup away from Rapid City to the heart of the Sturgis rally which is downtown Sturgis. We haven't learned of the exact location yet but there is a very good possibility it will be right beside of where we set up on main street or across the street from us and that is AWESOME. We did pretty good last year in Sturgis and if Harley Davidson sets up in our area we should have a great turnout this coming year. Like I mentioned before location is key and our location is one of the better ones in Sturgis being next door to Sturgis Harley Davidson but having the corporate set up next to us also will make our location even better.

I know I do this a lot but I have to thank all of our customers. We get so many referrals from previous customers that it just keeps growing our business and that makes the job all worthwhile. I have cut back on our advertising this year some, we aren't in any of the magazines we were last year because we keep track of how people find out about us and the cost of advertising is ridiculously expensive and usually don't pan out but word of mouth advertising is free and is the best advertising you can get. So thanks to everyone who has recommended us, you guys ROCK!

That's going to wrap up this week's update. Till next time be safe and enjoy the ride.

May 26, 2010

Looks like the weather is finally starting to get pretty good and the weekend forecast looks like we may get to do some good riding and it's just in time for a long weekend with Memorial Day being on Monday. The shop will be closed Saturday, Sunday and Monday for the Memorial Day weekend. Be sure to thank a Veteran when you see one, if not for their service we wouldn't get enjoy life as we do.

Next weekend is the Hog Happenin in Lincolnton NC. The event features live music, a BBQ cook off, Poker Run, Bike show and several other things happening. We will be set up again this year and we will be working on seats during the event so if you want to get your seat done and check out the other stuff going come on down. All the information about the event is on their website www.hoghappenin.org I am not sure where we will be set up, hopefully on Main St again but you never know. Last year's event had the largest turn out I have ever seen and the event keeps growing every year.

We are still maintaining about a month out on scheduling but after next week that will probably go back up to over a month. We usually get hammered right after Memorial Day so if you want to schedule I would really recommend to try and schedule this week if you can.

We are supposed to get our hauler back today. It has been in the shop getting the front repaired from the hit took on the way back from Thunder Beach. Getting it back just in time to so we can make a few changes before heading out next weekend too, I love it when a plan comes together.

Everything at the shop is really running smooth now. The new location is really good for us and it is easier to find than the old shop was plus the added room helps a lot also. There are a few things I still want to change but for the most part it is set up perfectly. If you happen to be in our neck of the woods feel free to stop by, we are open Mon-Thur 8-5, Fri 8-3 and Saturday 8-noonish.

That's going to wrap up this week's update.
Till next time be safe and enjoy the ride.

May 15, 2010

Half way through May now and I swear time is flying by. So far this year has been extremely busy. We have been working extra hard and have gone from being 7 weeks out on scheduling to right at 4 weeks and for this time of year that is extremely good. Sitting here at my desk thinking about how much has changed since MCC started over 6 years ago I would have never thought that we would be where we are and doing the things we do. It's pretty cool and it still amazes me every day that the business has turned out so successful. What started in my dad's garage with a simple modification to a motorcycle seat would have us working on peoples seats from all over the world. Canada, Mexico, Australia, England, Italy, France, Dubai, Saudi Arabia, Puerto Rico and of course we have seats in all 50 states. Looking back I wish I would have put up a world map and kept up with where all the seats have gone.

I have been thinking about a couple new modifications that I think will work really well. One thing is backrest. Our foam manufacturer has been working on a new foam that is a blend of a gel type material and foam mixture. I have received a few samples and have tried it in several different applications and it has worked really well so there should be a backrest modification or two coming out soon. Backrests are really tricky to work on. Some are really thin and don't have much foam in them while others have plenty of foam. The foam we use for seat modifications don't work well for backrest because it is too firm for this and it's designed for sitting on. This new foam will work in several different applications and it is soft enough to use in backrest or at least the backrest that we can do the modifications on. The second thing I have been thinking about is a new seat modification that I don't want to go into a lot of detail right now about but if I can get what is in my head out and into a design I believe this will be become very popular without a doubt. I hope and emphasize the word "hope" that I can have this off the drawing board and at least have a working sample in the next month or two.

Emails. I have had several people over the past month or so say they have not received replies to their emails. The only thing that comes to mind is that you need to check your spam folder. We reply to every email that requires a reply which is 99% of all the emails we receive. We answer emails as fast as we can and usually reply in no more than 6 hours after receiving it if that long. I know I answer a lot of emails within an hour of receiving them and sometimes faster than that. If you sent a email and have received a reply you can just call us 866-550-SEAT(7328) and talk to us on the phone, the number is toll free to so it don't cost you anything to ask questions, that is what we are here for.

That's going to wrap up this week's what's new. Till next time be safe and enjoy the ride.

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