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Saturday, August 20, 2005

 Los Angeles, CA Sept 16, 2004 �- Some of the fastest street legal cars are meeting some of the baddest bikes on the west coast for an awesome series of videos and photo shoots. Attending will be some of Southern California's most gorgeous and sexy women to pose with the cars and give them a sexy scrub down afterwards. The only things with bras there will be the cars.

Capitalizing on the huge success of other videos in the genre of street racers, real guys want to know "Will my supercharged Corvette with 1000horsepower be able to beat a Kawasaki ZR12 with a turbo?" The ultimate what-if scenario will be played out in the California desert.

Hundreds of potential drivers lined up to take part, but only the best of the best can hang with this crowd. Cars need at least 800 real horsepower to be even able to keep up with these guys, so only the best-of-the-best of hight tech street legal cars were invited to take part.

Joining them out in the desert will be a group of gorgeous women to cheer them on and clean up the cars afterwards. These are Southern California's sexiest pit crew in action all coming at you in photo and video wearing the hottest fashions.

For additional press information (or sample, copy or demo), contact: Tim Hunold 1-949-642-4204 hunold@surfside.net

The videos and photography footage will be available to the public beginning November 1st, 2004. Images, video and articles can be ready for any additional reproduction if you make arrangements before October 8th 2004.

CONTACT INFORMATION:
Tim Hunold
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 Sussex, Wisconsin � August 24, 2001 - Klein Internet Marketing Group hired Michelle Hansen as a Marketing Assistant.

Hansen will provide marketing support for sales, including direct marketing programs, public relations and search engine registration and promotion.

Hansen will earn her Associate's Degree in Marketing Management from Milwaukee Area Technical College in December. She plans to attend Carroll College for her Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration. She has had previous experience in retail, banking, and inside sales.

Klein Internet Marketing Group specializes in website design, production, programming, hosting and internet marketing. For more information, contact Keith Klein at (262) 820-8201.





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 February 1 2004--Turbocharger manufacturers see no let up in demand for their products, particularly in Europe. The insatiable demand for turbocharged cars can be attributed to the popularity of direct injected petrol- and diesel-powered cars in both Europe and Japan as well as rising fuel costs. The move toward engine downsizing to improve fuel consumption and lower CO2 emissions has also led to the increasing use of
turbocharging on petrol engines.

The main battleground is Europe, where Garrett dominates the turbocharger market with a 58% share in 2001, followed by BorgWarner with 30% and the two Japanese players, Mitsubishi and IHI with 8% and 4%, respectively. However, competition from the two main Japanese turbo makers, Mitsubishi and IHI, means competition in this market is set to intensify. The players that gain market share through this decade will be those that visualise, accept and adapt to the legislative changes in the market place, further enhancing their product through innovation.

This exclusive report reviews the key market drivers for turbochargers and superchargers for both the passenger car and commercial vehicle markets, providing some forward-looking analysis.

1. Market trends
Analyses product trends and fitment levels for turbochargers in passenger cars and heavy trucks in each major vehicle producing region through 2006, and the total world market for superchargers through 2006. This section of the report also assigns market shares to the main turbocharger producers serving vehicle manufacturers in each regional market. It includes OEM trends and recent announcements as well as a brief analysis of the market trends, threats and opportunities in the supercharger market.

2. Technical review
This section of the report sets out some recent innovations and assesses the forces that are driving those technical advances.

The global market for automotive turbochargers - provides answers to such critical
questions as:
-Which vehicle segments offer the greatest growth potential for turbochargers?
-What will be the fitment level for turbochargers in passenger cars and commercial
vehicles through 2006?
-What will be the total world market for turbochargers in the commercial vehicle
sector through 2006?
-What will be the total world market for superchargers through 2006?
-Which are the leading technologies being developed for next generation turbochargers?
-Are electronically assisted turbochargers too expensive, and unnecessary?

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 Cape Canaveral, FL May 19, 2004 -- The Auction Report continues to provide vital information to car collectors around the world by adding Ebay auction results and sales percentages.

"Collector Car Auctions are 60% excitement and 40% the Cars". The information The Auction Report provides is quickly becoming an invaluable resource for collectors.

The Ebay results are avaialable via download to paid subscribers only. An annual subscription is $24.95.

Site Highlights
* Site Subscription $24.95
* Up to date auction results across the industry (Currently over 10,000 Transactions for 2003-2004)
* Market Reports
* A clear and concise price guide with real market values
* Free Photo Classifieds
* Free Auction Site
* Resource Directory
* Car Clubs
* Event Calendars
* Industry News
* Technical Information
* A vehicle to exchange ideas, experiences and insight.



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With the proliferation of the Internet, the meaning of the word "marketing" has also proliferated. There seem to be as many definitions of marketing as there are marketers. Many see marketing as a series of tactics or gimmicks. Some push pyramid programs [multi-level marketing (MLM) or network marketing] as the way to successful Internet marketing. Others may say the Web has made traditional marketing obsolete. I believe that the Internet has expanded our capabilities, created new ways of doing business, and radically changed business dynamics. It has not, however, changed the basics of what we do.


Basic, traditional marketing is as relevant as ever. The Four P's - product, price, place (distribution), and promotion - are still very much alive. Strategic thinking, segmenting, and targeting can still earn you a competitive advantage. Marketing is still a process of a) determining what our customers need and want, b) planning how we are going to meet those needs and wants, and then c) implementing our plan. We still have products, services, and ideas to sell at some price. We still deliver to our customers via some means of distribution. We still promote and we still advertise. Those are the basics. The basics still exist and always will.


What *has* changed is the business environment. Companies compete with more efficient technologies. Customers have better access to their cost options and they communicate to each other in a way never before possible. In some industries, the Internet has lowered the cost of entry so that entrepreneurs, with little more than a home office, have entered the competition. The changes in competitive environment are numerous.


What have also changed are the specific marketing strategies and the tactics we take to implement those strategies. These have changed, but basic marketing has not. Superior marketing is and always has been analysis, then action. It is strategy development, then logical and thought-out tactical implementation. It is the way to customer satisfaction and increasing profit. It is the process of:


1) Analyzing your customers and the business environment in order to


2) Identify key opportunities to better and more profitably meet customer needs,


3) Figuring out how to act on those opportunities, and then


4) Implementing your plan.


The process doesn't have to be cumbersome. Five-year plans and novel-length documents are not required. The logic of the action is what's important. By applying the basic marketing process both online and offline, your chances of success skyrocket.


Bobette Kyle is author of "How Much For Just the Spider? Strategic Web Site Marketing." She used techniques detailed in the book to bring her own site, WebSiteMarketingPlan.com, from a ranking of 17 million to 59 thousand+ in less than four months. http://www.WebSiteMarketingPlan.com/sr.htm


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 Our Factory OEM Shop Manuals on CD-ROM are electronically duplicated from the original books and provide all of the written technical information and original illustrations for a fraction of the cost of the old paper manuals, (if you can even find the paper manuals!), There are over 340 different CDs available to choose from, You will no longer need several paper manuals to complete the job, Our CD's include ALL manuals specified for your make and model condensed onto 1 CD-ROM, Some CDs contain up to 5 paper manuals on 1 CD to be complete. This will give you the ability and advantage to view ALL of the technical information from your personal computer and then simply print out the page or pages you need, use them, and then either file them, or toss them. It now takes only seconds to find what you need and the CD will last indefinitely!

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