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Anthony Bowe

Anthony Bowe is the digital content editor of THE SHOP magazine.

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If you’re anything like me, scrolling through the daily news headlines can easily inject small doses of excitement or dread into your day...
Jon Pulli, CEO and co-founder of Turn 14 Distribution
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THE SHOP magazine reached out to Jon Pulli, co-founder and CEO of Turn 14 Distribution, to learn more about the company’s move toward the truck accessories market...
Hank Robinson uses a Dremel engraving tool to carve his custom designs into vehicles
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Art is medicine for Hank Robinson, who pushes vehicle customization to a never-before-seen level... 
Larry Lyon (center) poses with the Jeep/Off-Road Manufacturer of the Year award honoring Bestop. Lyon is joined by Nicholas Gram
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Jasper, Indiana-based Meyer Distributing recently honored Bestop with an award it rarely gives out...
Rep. Greg Walden (R-Oregon) voted in support of the RPM Act during its first markup session in the House Subcommittee on the Env
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A House subcommittee voted mostly on party lines to advance the RPM Act to the next legislative stage in Congress on Tuesday...
Chris Kersting, SEMA president and CEO, delivered testimony in support of the RPM Act in front of a Senate subcommittee on Tuesd
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The EPA "maintains that the Clean Air Act prohibits race car conversions, along with the sale and use of racing products that can be installed on these vehicles," according to Chris Kersting...
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The first major legislative action involving the RPM Act is set to occur Tuesday...
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While the path of Hurricane Irma left the Florida Keys in ruins and other parts of the state battered, flooded and without power, 4 Wheel Parts faired ok...
Craig Reitenour (pictured), the assistant manager of the 4 Wheel Parts store in west Houston, has been using his personal 4x4 ve
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Transamerican Auto Parts/4 Wheel Parts has been providing supplies and support to its employees in Houston and southeast Texas on the front lines of flood rescue efforts...
Tough Country principals and brothers Brent and Kurt Pratka travelled about 20 minutes north to Wharton, Texas to help people t
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An El Campo-Texas based truck and off-road accessories company aided in rescue efforts in southeast Texas on Wednesday and Thursday, while other companies in the industry provided dollar donations to flood victims...

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