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TREMEC Announces Launch of Manual Transmission-Focused Online Blog

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There are a lot of places to locate automotive content online, however manual transmission-specific destinations can be bit harder to find. The leading name in high-performance manual transmissions, TREMEC, seeks to change that with the launch of its new TREMEC-Blog.com, beginning January 2017.
On the blog, which will remain separate from TREMEC’s primary commercial and aftermarket products website, users will be able to find a wide variety of manual transmission-related content, including transmission and driveline tech, lifestyle and general interest pieces, customer features and much, much more. “It is a large undertaking for us, but one that we feel is warranted and will be appreciated by our customers,” commented TREMEC’s Nate Tovey. “There is a great deal of disconnect that has existed between the type of information they need and what they traditionally have received.”

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The TREMEC Blog will be updated monthly, and allow for two-way conversations between the company and its customers. No subscriptions will be required, no advertising will be placed; just content aimed largely at enriching the life TREMEC enthusiasts and manual transmission fans in general. To follow, users only need connect with TREMEC on any one of its social media channels and wait as the free content comes rolling in to them.

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