Clore Automotive Launches New Blog Site

Clore Automotive Launches New Blog Site

Clore Automotive presents its end-user blog created to help end users work faster, smarter and safer in the areas of battery/starting system service and fluid service. The site features many aspects, including how-to articles, reviews of products and testimonials by Clore product owners.

Clore Automotive presents its end-user blog, CloreInfo.com, created to help end-users work faster, smarter and safer in the areas of battery/starting system service and fluid service. The site features many aspects, including how-to articles, reviews of products and testimonials by Clore product owners.

CloreInfo.com features new articles every month, covering topics such as battery service safety, technical considerations related to vehicle service, new product announcements, a monthly iATN featured post and much more. Visitors can sign up to receive Clore’s monthly newsletter, which includes all new articles posted.

CloreInfo.com is also the place to share your tale about an experience with a Clore product. Each month, a new Clore Story takes the spotlight, relaying a real-world usage story from the point of view of a Clore product owner. Clore Story authors are also entered into a contest to win a SOLAR BA327 Digital Battery and System Tester, valued at more than $600.

Clore Automotive is a leader in the design, development and manufacture of automotive service equipment for professionals and consumers, including jump starters, battery chargers, battery testers, power inverters, heavy-duty starting equipment, cooling system service equipment and automatic transmission fluid exchange equipment. More information can be found at www.cloreautomotive.com.

 

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