For those of you old school listeners who still prefer catching a radio show featuring your favorite hobby, tune in to The Driving Show with host John Hammer. Available in 47 markets across the country, this program offers a cool combination of cars, racing, DIY, and celebrities. The Driving Show began as Motor Trend Radio but has transitioned over the last year into a show with an enthusiast lifestyle focus. Recent celebrity guests have included Jim Wilder, Sebastien Bourdais, and Jeff Allen of The Car Chasers.
Last week, The Driving Show kicked off its DIY garage segment. Host John Hammer chatted on air with RaceDeck CEO Jorgen Moller about modular garage flooring and rad rides.
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Made In The USA means more than just top quality—it means not supporting the exportation of American jobs and factories to far away lands to save a few pennies. For the garage flooring companies that do manufacture their products outside of the USA, it is all about the bottom line. Rarely are product quality, the corrupt political system, poor human rights, animal rights and detrimental environmental costs to the planet considered, not to mention the cost to all of us for exporting not only jobs but an entire factory!
RaceDeck Floors are made in the USA
One company that will never go this route is RaceDeck®. RaceDeck garage floors are proudly made in the USA. RaceDeck designs, engineers, manufactures, and supplies all of their products out of their headquarters in Salt Lake City, Utah. For RaceDeck and their parent company SnapLock Industries quality and value are what drives them. They have been awarded ISO 9001:2008 Certification for their Quality Management System, demonstrating their uncompromising commitment to manufacturing and providing the highest quality products and services to their customers around the world.