Gates Launches New Automotive Racing Performance Website – UnderhoodService

Gates Launches New Automotive Racing Performance Website

Gates Corp. recently launched Gates Racing Performance Muscle (RPM), a cutting-edge website that provides in-depth information about the company's racing and performance product line.

Gates Corp. recently launched Gates Racing Performance Muscle (RPM), a cutting-edge website that provides in-depth information about the company’s racing and performance product line.



In addition to offering site visitors comprehensive information about Gates performance products, such as serpentine belts, timing belts and accessories, the RPM website includes:
 


• A parts lookup feature searchable by application, interchange and part number;
 


• A user-driven interactive car show that allows visitors to upload photos of their vehicles and comment on others’ photos
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• A page dedicated to Gates racing and performance product distributors and retailers;
 


• A link to the Gates racing store where users can buy Gates t-shirts, caps and other items; and
 


• Detailed information about Gates racing partners.
 


“We developed the RPM website with our end-users in mind," said Tom Trojan, Gates product marketing manager. "We know they’re passionate about their vehicles and take tremendous pride in them. We wanted to create an online space where they could learn about our innovative performance products, show off their favorite vehicles and interact with each other.”

Visit Gates Racing Performance Muscle at GatesRacing.com.
 

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