In 18-years on the radio, I can count the number of products I have endorsed on one hand. I have had many opportunities, but after much due diligence, I usually end up saying no.
There are two products, however, that I am sold on personally and very proud to put my name on.
A dear friend of mine named Alan Brown worked for me for many years. He started washing cars for me when he was about 16-years old. He was the hardest working guy on the wash rack and, to be honest, I saw a bit of myself in him. When he was 18, I promoted him to the finance department and brought him up through the different departments.
After I sold my dealerships, he moved on to enjoy a long and successful career in the car business, becoming the partner in a DFW dealership, and served two years as the Chairman of the VW National Dealer Council during the VW emissions crisis.
When Alan got out of the car business to be a Partner and Global Vice-President of NuVinAir, it got my attention. I was even more intrigued when he said this company had developed a process to rid cars of interior smells. What?
I have pretty bad allergies, so this was of interest. Also, as a former car dealer, trying to sell a used car that had been smoked in was a real deal killer. The only thing worse was the products that tried to cover up the smells, those made me sick to my stomach.
How they came up with this is proprietary, all I can tell you is it flat works. Before I brought them on the show, I had several listeners with severe interior smells try it and they were amazed.
They work through dealerships and authorized distributors. The products are safe, eco-friendly, and effective. It’s great if you have any kind of odor, have spilled food in your car, or if you have a pet.
Take a look at this video I did for NuVinAir.
For years, I did not use a sunshade even though I have lived in Texas my whole life. They were a pain, fell down all the time, and only covered part of the windshield. They all let the sun in and to be honest, they look like crap.
Then I discovered the AutoHeatShield. It is laser cut for the exact windshield of the vehicle you own. It’s easy to put up also, stick it in the windshield and pull your sun visors down and you are done. You might see just a crack of light where it goes around the rear view mirror, but even that is doubtful. Roll-up is easy, too. There is a Velcro strap to roll it up tight until you use it again, or they now offer a nice carrying case for them.
Go to the website: www.autoheatshield.comDiscount code for Car Pro Show listeners:
Enter "2020" for a 20% discount for each AutoHeatShield purchased. Discount applies in January only.