THE SHOP

November '20

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22 THE SHOP NOVEMBER 2020 sales," he says. "Local sales in Las Vegas have died off. I've spent more time on Face- book groups and social media than before, while I'm building a new online store that will hopefully be up and running in about a month. My biggest concern more or less is Q4 and next year to see how the industry goes. Like always, we will all have to adapt to survive." ADDITIONAL CHANGES From capital improvements to supply chain additions, shops are taking a pro- active approach to getting through this pandemic. "We recently installed a complete set of LED lights throughout our facility, which led to me being on a scissor lift for a week," says Borcherding of Painthouse. "Not only did the light fixtures all get replaced with much better-quality lights at much lower amp usage, which equals less money spent Owners of cars like this Hyundai Veloster are among M2 Motoring's clients. (Photo courtesy M2 Motoring) A Corvette roadster built by Borcherding shows the timeless appeal of this industry, even if shows are on hold for a while. (Photo by Randy Borcherding) Collin Hadley of Maximum Elevation Off-Road has an unwavering commitment to customer service. (Photo courtesy Maximum Elevation Off-Road) The need to get outdoors is propelling off-road and overland sales. (Photo courtesy Maximum Elevation Off-Road) PROGRESS DURING A P A N D E M I C

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