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March 2017 Issue

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A Class Act


The All American Truck and SUV Accessory Center, located in Salem Oregon, has recently restyled a 2008 GMC Denali 4WD crew cab pickup to show off the company’s ability to restyle vehicles.  "Our goal was to show how we can restyle a vehicle and combine performance with a classy style," says Casey Miser, Sales & Marketing at All American Truck & SUV Center. With over 30 years of experience, All American is Oregon’s largest canopy and custom truck accessory distributor and installation center, and is out to prove that an “All American” appearance is much

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Warm Up Winter Sales With Hot Sellers

Manufacturers Offer An Array Of Customer-Pleasing Seasonal Accessories


Got a case of cold-weather blues now that summer accessory sales have cooled? If a chill in the air and early-morning frost on the window have you feeling a little down in the dumps, there’s a host of specialty products certain to warm your spirit and heat up wintertime sales. In fact, now is the perfect time to think of inclement weather as an opportunity to make the season bright and profitable by sparking customer interest and jazzing up winter sales with season-specific interior and exterior products. From cargo liners, mud guards and custom floor mats to seat heaters, remote starts, winter fronts and snowplows, there’s something for virtually any pickup, SUV or CUV.

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Going Wide

Installing Dee Zee's 6-Inch Nerf Bars


Most new vehicle dealerships that upgrade a pickup truck with a leveling kit, most always need to add a nerf bar or side steps to the vehicle. The extra ride height makes it very difficult for the average height person to get into the truck, let alone someone who considers themselves short. While dealerships, restylers and truck accessory stores can choose from many styles of steps, the wide sized nerf bars, seem to be one of the easiest to install.  Nerf bars like Dee-Zee’s Texture Black bars are available in four, five and even six-inch diameters. The wider diameter gives the nerf bar the advantage of a wide and secure step, while also keeping with the rugged appearance that truck owners want from a nerf bar. Installing a. . .

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