News Pulse September/October 2021October 15th, 2021 by Nathan Hobbs
What were WindowFilmMag.com’s top stories since our last issue?
Here are the hottest industry topics.
Edited by Chris Collier
1 Eastman Performance Films Recognizes Dealer of the Year
Eastman Performance Films congratulated Mike Feldman and Advanced Film Solutions of Lutz, Fla., for being named its National Dealer of the Year 2020. The Advanced Film Solutions team has established themselves as industry leaders, according to the company.
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2 New Hampshire Amends Window Tint Bill
The New Hampshire legislature has amended House Bill (HB) 224— “AN ACT relative to tinted windows on motor vehicles, relative to civil liability for damage to highways, and relative to employer access to motor vehicle records.”
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3 The New Guy—Tinting To Go With Jason Omoletski
Is there anything that can’t be ordered online these days? Thanks to companies like Carvana and Uber Eats, cars and carbs can be ordered anytime, anywhere. Services of all kinds are expanding their reach in an increasingly intertwined national and global landscape. Jason Omoletski dubs himself the ‘original traveling tinter,’ and he has a new service on tap—tinting to go.
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4 Some Key Advice Regarding Local SEO
You have likely read about the importance of having proper geographic Search Engine Optimization (SEO) on your website. While this is very important and not to be overlooked, proper SEO is not specific to a location or region. This article discusses how your company can perform well in searches that are location specific.
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5 The Difficult Customer— Can You Please Them All?
Film shop employees aren’t strangers to difficult customers. From complaints about dust particles and bubbles to erroneous, one-star reviews tint shop owners have experienced it all. But are the headache-inducing sales worth the trouble?
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