America’s appetite for inexpensive automotive lifts is growing by leaps and bounds. Just as Americans embraced low-priced Asian cars in the 70’s — think Toyota and Datsun — they’re snapping up highly affordable Chinese car and truck lifts today. The problem is that most of the low-cost imported lifts are being sold online by web techies with no automotive experience, no inventory and, worst of all, no service network.
What Lift Buyers Want
The imported lifts, particularly those made in China and marketed here under the Tuxedo brand, represent a good value for entry level customers. The quality is good and the price low. And that’s exactly what residential, small commercial and many municipal customers want. But even more than good value, these typically first-time lift-buyers need good sales advice, competent installation, and very often, immediate delivery or pickup.
Cheap LIfts, Premium Service
Mid-America Shop Headquarters (M.A.S.H.), based in Bradford, Arkansas sells affordable imported lifts but with a difference. M.A.S.H. offers the experienced sales help, local inventory and reliable local installation usually reserved for premium lift buyers.
Managed by second-generation automotive equipment specialist Kristen Simpson, M.A.S.H. is a bricks and mortar distributor of discount automotive lifts and equipment. It stocks the most popular lifts for immediate pick-up and delivery in its Arkansas warehouse. And it has partnered with an experienced and respected regional installer — WECO, Inc. — to provide delivery, installation, service, inspection and training for its line of budget-priced imported products.
M.A.S.H. + WECO = Value + Safety
The WECO partnership means M.A.S.H. can deliver and install affordable Tuxedo lifts throughout Arkansas and in Tennessee, Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Missouri and Kentucky within 225 miles of Little Rock. That’s particularly good news for budget-minded buyers who are concerned about safety and reliability. M.A.S.H. won’t sell a lift that won’t do the job. WECO won’t install it if it won’t hold up.
The M.A.S.H. website is the newest in a series of automotive-themed sites produced by the Bryant Hills Group. Please check it out.