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02 Nov 11 Minimizer Chrome Poly Wins at Great American Truck Show Pride and Polish Contest


For years, Minimizer fenders have been known as the toughest fenders on the market. With their recent launch of the new chrome poly, they are also now the best looking. Read how trucker Scott Rud outshined the competition at the GATS, armed with the latest indestructible Minimizer chrome poly fenders

Blooming Prairie, MN (PRWEB) November 01, 2011

The new chrome poly fender from Minimizer got off to an impressive start at The Great American Trucking Show in Dallas. Industry representatives, distributors, vendors, end-users and the media were all on hand for the unveiling of this industry changing truck fender.

Minimizer clearly beat the metal fender competition and delivered on its promise: If you want the shine of metal but don’t want the maintenance, cracking and bending that come with metal, this is your fender. Indeed, those are the selling points Minimizer wants to promote. The shiny look of metal on a chrome poly fender combined with the unique advantages of Minimizer fenders: no painting, no fading, no rust and no cracks.

Speaking of competition: Minimizer also shined in The Great American Trucking Show Pride and Polish Truck Beauty Competition with its new chrome poly fenders. The event, held August 25-27 in Dallas, Texas, highlights the nation’s most tricked-out rigs and the latest products truckers can use to build their dream trucks.

Scott Rud of Scott Rud Trucking of Byron, Minnesota entered his rig, a 2000 Peterbilt 379 complete with Minimizer chrome poly fenders. Scott took first place in the Working Bobtail – First Show class. He took great care to prepare his rig, checking under every edge, cleaning every crevasse and making sure every part shined.

“The new Minimizer chrome poly fenders were winners,” said Scott, “I didn’t have to do anything with them, they took care of themselves – always shining. The judges loved them. Frankly, I think the new fenders pushed it over the edge for me and got me the win. The judges like to see new, unique products and the Minimizer chrome poly fenders are all that.”

When asked about the products performance thus far on his rig Scott didn’t pull any punches: “The Minimizer chrome poly fenders are an industry changer. Why would someone go with metal? These have more shine, require no maintenance, they’re never going to crack, bend or get destroyed if you run into something. I saw a guy at the tradeshow beating the Minimizer chrome poly fenders with a stick at the Minimizer booth. It was incredible: There was no residual damage, nothing to worry about. There’s no fender on the market that can compete with these. The beautiful shine with no maintenance needed, it’s what I’ve always wanted.”

Those are sound words in support of an award-winning fender. Minimizer chrome poly fenders are now available via Minimizer’s international distribution network. To order Minimizer chrome poly fenders find a distributor at www.minimizer.com.

Minimizer fenders will enhance the performance of all makes and models of over the road trucks, construction vehicles, or agriculture equipment. Enhance and protect your vehicle with Minimizer products. The toughness is unmatched as seen on this Minimizer promotional video entitled “Tested Tortured”.

For more information or to contact a dealer, call us at (800) 248-3855 or visit our website or email us at info(at)minimizer(dot)com.

About Minimizer

Headquartered in Blooming Prairie, Minnesota, USA, Minimizer manufactures poly truck fenders, poly toolboxes, custom mud flaps, and bracket kits. Family owned and operated for nearly three generations, Minimizer parent company Spray Control Systems, Inc., was founded in 1983. Minimizer aims to provide products tough enough to please tough people in a tough industry. For more information call (800) 248-3855 or visit www.minimizer.com.

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