LEED Brakes Recognized by SEMA Data

LEED Brakes Recognized by SEMA Data | THE SHOPFor the third consecutive year, SEMA has named LEED Brakes as a Platinum member of its SEMA Data Co-op (SDC) program, the company announced.

SEMA Data houses, updates and distributes digital product data for more than 480 brands in the automotive aftermarket space. Brands that have achieved Platinum Level status have reached the pinnacle of product data, SEMA Data Excellence, by putting in the extra effort to provide resellers with the most complete datasets available, the Co-op said. Currently, only 179 of the 480 active brands have achieved this recognition.

LEED Brake’s Research and Development Manager, Dan DeKruger, has worked for the past 4 years since joining the program to ensure all LEED Brakes product data, including year, make, model fitment information, weights, measurements, images, instructions, and videos, are readily available and accurate for all resellers, the company said.

“LEED Brakes is the only exclusive brake manufacturer to achieve Platinum and Gold Level SDC status,” said DeKruger. “This is a big achievement not only for our company, but for any manufacturer due to the amount of time and dedication it takes to complete.”

A.J. Hecht

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