ShopAluminos.com will feature new and used products available from Aluminos, Inc.
Created on Tuesday, 24 January 2012 17:45
Aluminos Inc. is proud to announce the creation of a new website for the company - ShopAluminos.com . The site will work as a catalyst to showcase the many new and used products available from the Northern California-based operation. Aluminos is an established national kart racing team that has established excellent credentials on and off the track within the karting industry since 2007. The Aluminos racing team has scored many race wins throughout the west coast regional programs, as well as at the national level - including the SKUSA SuperNationals and championships the past two seasons on the SKUSA Pro Tour in Stock Moto competition. ShopAluminos.com is an opportunity for the team to expand into the product sales side of the sport in a unique way.
“After operating a successful kart team for the past five seasons, we have gathered a number of karts and parts that have filled up space in the shop. ShopAluminos.com will not only allow us to sell these products to new and existing karters, but also allow us to showcase the number of new products we will be promoting in the 2012 season and beyond,” stated Aluminos owner Rob Soares. “We are unique because we are primarily a racing operation, working to reach the goals on-track for our customers more than producing products sales like a typical kart shop. This new site however will allow us to do both without taking focus away from our trackside support and driver development programs. It's lets us pass on many of our new and used team products to consumers who aren't directly involved with our team.”
Current products listed on the new ShopAluminos.com website include a GP Baby Kart, a ’08 and ’11 CRG Road Rebel, and a one-race old 2012 GP10 chassis. All used chassis sold are inspected on the Aluminos' custom built chassis table and guaranteed straight. "If we can't ensure that each chassis is straight, clean and proper then we won't sell it, period. We won't and don't sell junk," guarantees Soares.