August '19

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AUGUST 2019 THE SHOP 49 Tr e m e l l i n g a g r e e s , a d d i n g "s o m e t i m e s people just need a little extra help getting there." She admits that, in the beginning, the red tape of fleet paperwork can seem voluminous, but there are certain support materials that can make it easier on aftermarket shops looking to get their foot in the door. Truck Covers USA, she says, is always willing to help its approved dealers evaluate what commercial and fleet bids are avail- able locally, giving customers a leg up in the process. Additionally, the company provides a manufacturer letter stating the shop is qualified to sell and install its prod- ucts for commercial business. It seems the opportunities, products and support systems are all in place for shops to find success in the commercial vehicle upfitting business. Now it's time to get to work. STEFANIE GALEANO-ZALUTKO heads up Zalutko Business Services and has been free- lance writing across multiple industries for more than 10 years. Visit the company Face- book, Instagram and LinkedIn pages for more information, or contact her directly at sza- to learn more about client services. Traditional truck shops looking to add commercial accounts should look the part, adopt- ing a professional attitude with top-quality products and service. (Photos courtesy High Caliber Motorsports/ highcalibermotorsports. com) IRONCROSSAUTOMOTIVE.COM FEATURES: • Sensor Compatible • Multiple Lighting Options • Customizable Accent Plates • Matte Black Finish • Low Profile Design HARDLINE FROM IRON CROSS THE

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