Miller Electric Rolls Out Enhanced Motorsports Website

Miller Electric Rolls Out Enhanced Motorsports Website

Come along for the ride! Automotive enthusiasts and fabricators will be elated to hear Miller Electric Mfg. Co. (www.MillerWelds.com) has rolled out a redesigned motorsports website specifically for gearheads.

Come along for the ride! Automotive enthusiasts and fabricators will be elated to hear Miller Electric Mfg. Co. (www.MillerWelds.com) has rolled out a redesigned motorsports website specifically for gearheads. Encompassing a sporty flavor for interaction, the site offers an extensive community forum and insight on welding topics and products across the motorsports industry from NASCAR and street rods to choppers, off-road and drag racing. Take part in the action by going to: http://www.MillerWelds.com/Motorsports.

Enthusiasts are invited to browse topics such as “Who Uses Blue” and “In The News” for a behind the scenes look at motorsports luminaries that use Miller products. Learn welding techniques from the pros or share your own by participating on the popular "Ask Andy" message board. Here, Miller’s motorsports expert Andy Weyenberg, along with other skilled members, answer questions, provide welding tips and share their knowledge of sport and machine. The "Related Products" section of the site offers a list of the most commonly used products by specific motorsports industries and skill levels.

“We want to represent a broadened view of the motorsports industry from the enthusiast perspective, “ said Miller manager of e-communications, Suzanne Feldkamp. “Regardless of your level of interest from weekend wrenchers to the pros, if you want to learn to weld, weld better or share your knowledge with others, this is the site for you.”

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