Team Nutz Hosted Auto Magic Demo Day

PITTSBUGH, PA (05.23.22) – On Saturday, May 21st, Team Nutz hosted an event to show consumers firsthand how their rides would shine by using the Auto Magic products. The event, held at a Team Nutz shop, was Auto Magic Demo Day.

Ed Nuttall stated, “We are the distributor in Western PA for Auto Magic and work with a network of detail and 12volt shops in the area… including our retail store. We wanted to show consumers how great the Auto Magic products would make their rides look. Putting a sponge and chamois in their hands really worked.”

Auto Magic Demo Day participants prepping their truck.

“We worked hands on with consumers during the Auto Magic Demo Day and 6 of those people made purchases. Visibility from the street also provided exposure for the Auto Magic brand as we had our panel truck out front. We also have that Auto Magic truck in our booth at major consumer shows at venues like the Pittsburgh Auto show at the Lawrence Convention Center downtown,” Nuttall added.

Team Nutz staff members Mike Gosnik, Todd Calfo, Rob Gratton and Colleen Green joined Nuttall for the Saturday Auto Magic Demo Day event.

This Classic 1940 Olds Series 60 shines after the Auto Magic treatment.
A selection of the Auto Magic products used during Demo Day.

Concluding, Nuttall offered, “Another Auto Magic Demo Day event is planned next month. Consumers must know what products are available. It doesn’t matter if it’s car stereo, collision avoidance, in-vehicle connectivity, new bike products or car care products. They need to know about it to learn how it could benefit their lifestyles.”

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Team Nutz at the 2022 Pittsburgh International Auto Show with a 7,000 Square Foot Booth

PITTSBURGH, PA (02.23.22) – The Pittsburgh International Auto Show was back at the David L Lawrence Convention Center in downtown Pittsburgh February 18th-21st. The 4-Day show, that included President’s Day, brought exciting new vehicles, displays, products and fun for the whole family. In all the show featured 21 makes and models of vehicles from around the world.

This image shows just part of the Team Nutz 7000 square-foot booth.

Team Nutz, proactive 12volt and automotive aftermarket retailer, was once again on site. This year, the Team Nutz occupied a 7000 square foot booth in the Convention Center. Team Nutz has been exhibiting at the Pittsburg Auto Show for over 15 years. During the show at times there were 16 members of the Team Nutz crew engaged with show attendees in meaningful one-on-one conversations.

The wheel display saw a lot of action and drove Monday in-store sales.

For Team Nutz Ed Nuttall stated “Our booth was filled with demo vehicles, a big selection of wheels, OEM Display, a Marine display, a wide variety of product displays plus live installations of vehicle wraps, bed liner jobs, paint protection polishing, window tinting, leather Katzkin seat installations and DSP audio demos. One of the wrap demos projects was a full wrap of our new 24’ Team Nutz Trailer. With bed liner we are actually coating the bodies of pickups and cars. A Mustang in our booth was an example that drew a lot of attention.”

The on-site wrap of the new Team Nutz was a live demo that lasted throughout the event.

Nuttall Continued  “Standouts for demo vehicles was the International All Ways Safe truck loaded with Memphis Audio that debuted at SEMA 2021. Vince Murray’s Gladiator highlighting a wide range of Metra products grabbed attention throughout the show…along with the Corvette C8 with Lambo doors. Our Auto Magic delivery truck also helped get the word out about all our car care products.”

There was plenty for show goers to see in the huge Team Nutz area.

On Monday following the Auto Show the phone at the store was ringing off the hook. One of the first customers at the store picked up a $2500. set of wheels he saw at the show. All of this while Team Nutz was still manning the booth on President’s day.

This Mustang demo in the booth featured a body painted with bed liner.

“With the large crowd at the event over the 4 days I know we had probably more than 5000 direct conversations with attendees. We also passed out a ton of lanyards, stickers and koozies. We had 2500 business cards and ran out. With all that interaction we anticipate a considerable amount of business from the event. We definitely look forward to being back at the Pittsburg International Auto Show in 2023” Nuttall concluded.

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Updates from Team Nutz at the World Of Wheels in Pittsburgh

PITTSBURGH, PA (01.28.22) – Team Nutz, a very proactive 12volt retailer in the Pittsburg area, had a very strong showing at the recent MAX Motive World of Wheels this year at the David Lawerence Convention Center in downtown Pittsburgh Friday – Sunday, January 21st-23rd.

End Result and Team Nutz members at the entrance to the booth on Sunday. End Result’s Rusty North (L) and Ed Dalesandro flank Tom Mays (2nd) and Ed Nuttall.

The Team Nutz 70’ x 80’ booth was filled with demo vehicles, tents, show car displays, live installations and importantly consumers. End Result, with Ed Dalesandro and Rusty North, was onsite with the Team Nutz staff of 20 who worked the show. The End Result rep firm brands Hertz, Audison, Memphis Audio, Race Sport Lighting and Nakamichi were installed in several demo vehicles and experienced by thousands of attendees.

High School students loading up on Swag Friday morning.

Dalesandro shot a video tour of the booth as Nuttall led the trip around the booth with input from North. Nuttall gave a background and details of over a dozen customized vehicles were spotlighted in the booth in addition to free-standing product displays.

Play the video below: Ed Nuttall leads Ed Dalesandro and Rusty North on a 10-minute video tour around the Team Nutz booth.

Ed Nuttall, for Team Nutz, stated, “The attendance was reported to approach 20,000 and members of the crowd were really interested automotive consumers. We had literally over 10,000 customized swag items including pens, stickers, tote bags, screw drivers and lanyards to hand out to attendees. We gave out over 1500 tote bags.

Ed Nuttall set to start the booth video tour. Play the full video above.

The visibility for Team Nutz at the event led to very active days at the store following the World of Wheels event.

“Snow and very cold temperatures certainly did not stop our phones from ringing at the store. Phones have been ringing off the hook scheduling installation appointments and answering questions. Many registered for contests we offered and checked out info from QR Code we spotted around at the event. Mike Gosnik posted a number of videos to draw attention to products in the booth and posts of those videos are creating visibility for us after the event,” Nuttall offered.

Mike Gosnik in a screenshot of the All Ways Safe International loaded with Memphis Audio, lighting and custom interior. This rig by Team Nutz debuted at SEMA 2021
This Jeep was loaded with Sony from Davis Distribution.

Continuing, Nuttall offered “Friday was high school day and we had 800 students at the show. I was scheduled to address the students in a conference room before the show opened. On my way up to the conference hall the elevator stopped and left me trapped inside for over 45 minutes. By the time maintenance got the damn thing fixed the students had already left for the show floor. The good news is they visited our booth and are carrying Team Nutz tote bags in the halls at their schools.

Following the show Saturday night Team Nutz hosted a dinner for exhibitors and crews at a restaurant across the street for over 100 who contributed to the success of the show.

This tow truck featured Team Nutz graphics.
This is a custom bike display built from bike parts and placed on a TV stand for in store sales presentations. Ed Nuttall on the left with Rusty North.

“All at Team Nutz certainly put a lot into pulling off this event. We worked over 3 days to set up and tear down took 3 hours. We put our company and products in front a very large number of people. Literally thousands went home with some swag with our name on it too. We look forward to more big events at the David Lawrence Convention Center,” Nuttall concluded.

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Team Nutz Showcases In-Vehicle Products and Their Brand in Pittsburgh

PITTSBURGH, PA (01.25.22) – Team Nutz, a very proactive 12volt retailer in the Pittsburg area, returned to the MAX Motive World of Wheels again this year at the David Lawerence Convention Center in downtown Pittsburgh Friday – Sunday, January 21st-23rd.

End Result’s Rusty North and Ed Dalesandro flank Tom Mays (2nd L) and Ed Nuttall in the Team Nutz booth at the David Lawrence Convention Center.

Team Nutz had a 70’ x 80’ booth that was filled with demo vehicles, tents, show car displays, live installations and importantly consumers. End Result, with Ed Dalesandro and Rusty North, was onsite with the Team Nutz staff of 20 who worked the show. The End Result rep firm brands Hertz, Audison, Memphis Audio, Race Sport Lighting and Nakamichi were installed in several demo vehicles and experienced by thousands of attendees. In all over a dozen customized vehicles were spotlighted in the Team Nutz in addition to free-standing product displays.

High school students loaded up with Team Nutz swag on Friday morning… over 800 were at the event.

Ed Nuttall, for Team Nutz, stated, “The attendance was reported to approach 20,000 and members of the crowd were really interested automotive consumers. We had literally over 10,000 customized swag items including pens, stickers, tote bags, screw drivers and lanyards to hand out to attendees. We gave out over 1500 tote bags. We also had a Txt to Win promo to win a lift kit plus a custom QR Code in play that we will use in additional ways to connect after the event with attendees that were in our booth.”

Watch the video above of the Team Nutz Booth at the World of Wheels with Ed Nuttall and Ed Dalesandro.

Continuing, Nuttall offered “Friday was high school day and we had 800 students at the show. Many picked up Team Nutz tote bags they will be carrying in the halls at school. This year we created more interactive display experiences for attendees in our booth. From start to finish we wrapped a security company van, with attention grabbing custom graphics. To show the quality of our Auto Magic car care products we polished several vehicles and made them shine with Graphene coat. Also, we completed a Katzkin leather seat job for a Ford Mustang. The All Ways Safe International truck that debuted at SEMA 2021 and loaded with Memphis Audio, lights and custom interior got attendees very interested and asking questions.

“Demonstrations like that at a show definitely plants seeds for future business. Ed Nuttall and Nina, along with the Team Nutz crew, orchestrated a great event,” Rusty North commented.

Team Nutz owner Ed Nuttall (L) and Rusty North with a motorcycle model that Team Nutz built from parts and is on a TV stand to show consumer different bike installation options in the store.

“All at Team Nutz certainly put a lot into pulling off this event. We worked over 3 days to set up and tear down took 3 hours. We put our company and products in front a very large number of people. Literally thousands went home with some swag with our name on it too. This week after the event we will begin to follow the QR Code activity as well. We look forward to more big events at the David Lawrence Convention Center,” Nuttall concluded.

538This custom installed Nakamichi DSP was introduced at the show and drove the sound in a stock Ford Focus to a whole new level.

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The Team Nutz Crew Traveled to KnowledgeFest in Indy

PITTSBURGH, PA (10.18.2021) – The Team Nutz crew made the 360 mile trip from Pittsburg to Indianapolis late Thursday, October 7th, to attend KFest Indy that ran Friday through Sunday, October 8th-10th.

The Team Nutz SUV and the Vince Murray’s Jeep Gladiator stopped for a break Thursday night between Pittsburgh and Indianapolis.
One last late night stop between Pittsburgh and Indy.

Team Nutz leader Ed Nuttall related, “We looked at this is a great opportunity to attend a number of training sessions by National Trainers, see products from a number major brands on the event floor with their reps and network with other members of the 12volt industry. Staff members from our sales and installation made the trip. Staff members included Ben Bjerke, Brandon Star, Colleen Gregory and Mike Pent.”

Early Saturday morning it was time to check in and get ready for the day.
 The Team Nutz crew at the Race Sport Lighting booth listening to a presentation from Steve Jergensen.

In addition, Vince Murray was with crew. “Vince is a friend and customer plus his Jeep Gladiator Sport S was displayed in the Metra booth. Team Nutz completed the installation on Vince’s Gladiator with an extensive selection of Heise lighting and Metra products” Nuttall stated.

Continuing, “We arrived in Indy after midnight and caught a few hours of sleep before getting all done with event registration Friday morning. After getting our badges we split into groups and attended every training session through the day. As soon as the show floor opened we made the rounds to check out the booths of vendors we work with in our store. Seeing Vince’s demo vehicle in the Metra booth with Jason Anderson was terrific” Nuttall added.

Team Nutz Ed Nuttall (R) and Rusty North-End Result. “It’s great to see the commitment Team Nutz made to attend KFest as a group and to grow their business” North stated.
The Team Nutz crew recapped KF Day 1 and enjoyed group dinner.

Further Nuttall offered “Spending time in the Race Sport Lighting booth to see new products with Steve Jergensen and Ignacio Ayala was time well spent as the lighting category is certainly growing. Rusty North, End Result, is our rep and it was good to make plans for growth with him.”

During a nice dinner Friday night the crew discussed the days activities and then rested up to get ready for Saturday.

Team Nutz believes in getting it done. Nuttall has already applied for and received his first certification, signed by Kris Bulla, from MECP that began during KFest Indy.

On Saturday the crew again split up to attend every training session on the schedule. They spent time in the Sony booth to check out the new demo car and the new head unit that debuted at KFest. In addition they spent time with Kris Bulla in the MECP booth to check out a new program MECP has introduced.

Vince Murray (L) and Jason Alexander in the Metra booth with Vince’s Jeep Gladiator Sport S loaded with Heise Lighting and Metra gear on the KFest floor.

“I was very impressed with the new MECP package and purchased an application for our entire staff of 12 people. As Saturday wound down we made the decision to head back to Pittsburgh since we had already attended all of the trainings that were on the Sunday schedule. Attending KFest Indy was overall a positive experience for Team Nutz as we met our objectives,” Nuttall concluded.

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Team Nutz Returns to the Annual Bantam Jeep Heritage Festival

BUTLER, PA (06.14.2021) – The 10th Annual Bantam Jeep Heritage Festival took place on June 11th thru 13th in historic downtown Butler PA and on the Cooper’s Lake Campground. Over 15,000 Jeepers attended the weekend and enjoyed off-road trails, obstacle courses and a huge vendor area filled with companies that offer aftermarket products for Jeep owners and enthusiasts. The downtown Butler Jeep Invasion witnessed over 1000 Jeeps parked along main street and parking areas in the town of approximately 13,000 located 35 miles north of Pittsburgh. Butler was named the 7th Best Small Town in America in a Smithsonian Magazine in 2012.

Jeeps rolled into downtown Butler. Over 1000 Jeeps were parked throughout Butler’s downtown area for the evening event.
The crowd for the Main Street evening festival.

Team Nutz is a proactive 12volt retailer located in Pittsburgh and returned to the Bantam Jeep Festival for the 2021 run. Ed Nuttall related “The JeepFest draws thousands of Jeepers, enthusiasts and their rides. That crowd is noted for adding aftermarket products to their rides. We do a lot of Jeep upgrades, and being so close to our store in Pittsburgh, it makes perfect sense for our brand to be on site. I did not attend this year but we had a great crew on site with vendor support, a large booth area with multiple tents plus several demo vehicles. Sales this year were the best ever and our team made contact with quite a number of promising prospects.”

The vendor area covers many acres with vendor booths spread throughout
A portion of the Team Nutz booth area.

The Team Nutz team on site was led by Mike Gosnik with strong support from Stinger Electronics’ Christian Venn, End Result’s Rusty North, and Metra’s Tim Shell. A good customer and Jeeper Vince Murray also worked with the event.

Gosnik stated “The 2021 Bantam JeepFest was just what everyone needed after a year of the pandemic. It was great to see everyone unite over the love of Jeeps. For Team Nutz it was great for sales and getting our name out there that we support small business and the Jeep community as well as the aftermarket community in general. Everyone came together as a family at The Bantam Jeep Festival. Can’t wait until next year.”

The Team Nutz crew on site included Vince Murray, Christian Venn, Rusty North and Mike Gosnik (L to R).
Rusty North and Vince Murray (R) by the Stinger tent that grabbed attention for the Heigh 10.

The Stinger Heigh 10, which takes a Jeeper’s infotainment system to the next level, was one of the hottest products in the Team Nutz booth. Other brands and products in the large booth included Metra, Memphis Audio, Hertz/Audison, JL Audio and Wet Sounds. Katzkin custom leather seats also grabbed attention along with a Sony demo Jeep from Davis Distribution.

Team Nutz always provides plenty of items for consumers as branding reminders from a show.

Based on the 2021 success at JeepFest 2021 expect to see Team Nutz at the 2022 event and beyond.

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MECA Team Nutz Spring Jam Rocked in Pittsburgh

PITTSBURGH, PA (05.25.2021) – Team Nutz rolled out the red carpet for competitors at the MECA Team Nutz Spring Jam at the company’s retail store in Pittsburg on Sunday, May 23rd.The MECA event featured SQL, SPL plus Show & Shine formats for competitors. MECA Event Directors Andy Magill and Kevin Mayo kept all moving in the competition lanes.

MECA and Team Nutz crews gathered for an image as the event wrapped… Tony, Andy, Dan, Don, Ed and Kevin (L to R).
Setup was underway in the Team Nutz parking lot early Sunday morning.

Ed Nuttall, Team Nutz owner, stated, “The event ran very smoothly and it was a great atmosphere as people who enjoy premium sound in their rides had an opportunity to compete. We drew competitors from Ohio and presented custom trophies to top competitors.”

Andy Magill related, “The Team Nutz crew really put together a well organized event. Judging the SQL competitors in the large installation bay was an ideal setting.”

The large Team Nutz installation bay was an ideal spot for the SQL judging.
Custom trophies were presented to competitors for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place finishes.

SQL Competitor Dan Arndt made the 120 mile trip from Erie, PA for the event. “The setting was great for my new KIA to compete in the lane. Also, I am studying to become a SQL Judge so that added to my super experience at the Team Nutz MECA event.”

Continuing, Nuttall commented, “We had tents set up in the parking lot for the SPL and Show & Shine judging. My young niece and nephew handed out way over 100 bottles of water to folks as well as Team Nutz stickers, bags and lanyards.”

Rusty North, a factory rep with End Result, also attended the event. North offered, “This MECA event was terrific. Seeing a top area retailer like Team Nutz working to host a MECA sound off event will create excitement and stimulate more participation from enthusiasts in the area.”

For info on hosting a MECA event in the Ohio Valley, contact andymagill24@gmail.com

The HighLifter Mud Nationals, Team Nutz in Pittsburgh, Sling Experience in Houston

THE 12VOLT CENTRAL STUDIOS (04.09.2021) – This weekend in early April, 9-11, is shaping up to get the 2021 event season off to a strong start. The 12volt Central Studios will be working with friends and companies at events in Blevins AR, Pittsburgh PA and Houston TX to showcase event activities and deliver positive news to members of the 12volt industry.

Over 2000 acres of water, bogs and trails welcome ATV enthusiasts to the HighLifter Mud National.

The HighLifter Mud Nationals is being held at the Hillarosa ATV Park in Blevins AR April 7th – 11th. The expansive park offers 2000 acres of deep mud bogs, water crossings and muddy trails. Music venues are also on site.The Powersports category is definitely on fire. The ATV marketplace also offers so much more including lifts, tires, wheels, jacks, seating, graphics and so much more than mobile electronics products.

MTX was one of the first companies to set up on Wednesday morning, April 7th.

On the grounds of the Hillorosa ATV Park there is a large area set up as a vendor village where major companies rolled in with semis. MTX rolled in a big rig from Phoenix with Rico Felice and Jason Planck to set up a huge tent area with multiple side by side demos on display.

Rockford Fosgate set up early to welcome ATV enthusiasts,

Rockford Fosgate rolled in from company HQ in Tempe with a big rig filled with tent, gear and demo side by sides. Tammy Lowe, John Bosley and Mark Schliepfer and made the trip and are conducting demos and info for enthusiasts. New Can Speakers and Amplifies will greet attendees.

MB Quart has an impressive setup and is ready to get loud.

Maxxsonics is on site with a big presence for MB Quart. Rob Anderson is on site along with Tommy McClure and Scott Ringo from area rep firm Southwest Sales and Marketing.

Product displays like this will drive sales for Team Nutz at the Pittsburgh show.
More displays in the Team Nutz Booth.

Team Nutz, a very proactive retailer, is back at the MAXmotive World of Wheels again this year at the David Lawerence Convention Center in downtown Pittsburgh. The event was rescheduled several times but rolls this weekend. Team Nutz has an 80’x100’ booth and will fill it with demo vehicles, tents, show cars and displays. End Result, with Rusty North and Ed Dalesandro will be on site with the Team Nutz staff of 15 to work the show.

The Sling Experiment is set to be a record setter!

Ed Nuttall, for Team Nutz, stated “We are anticipating a crowd in the neighborhood of 40,000. We have literally over 10,000 swag items including pens, stickers, tote bags and lanyards to hand out to attendees. We are also have a custom QR Code in play that will provide additional ways to connect after the event with attendees in our booth.”

 House of Sound Car Audio -Houston will show rear lighting packages like this for s Slingshots.

The Sling Experience is in its second year in Houston and is expected to be even larger than 2020. House of Sound Car Audio does a huge business with Slingshot owners. Alex Restrepo stated “We will have shop Slingshots in our booth and have over a dozen customers that will show their rides at the event. Custom lighting is a rapidly growing area in Slingshot customization and we offer custom lighting products. SounDigital, Kicker, DS18, DB Drive and XS Power are big brands for us with Slingshots. The event will take place in the large Houston Marriott Westchase Hotel Thursday through Sunday.

A Slingshot in the House of Sound Car Audio shop with a super lighting package.

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Team Nutz in the House at the Keystone Big Show in Big D

DALLAS, TX (03.08.2021) – The Keystone Big Show, at the Gaylord Resort and Convention Center on March 5th and 6th, was the first in-person automotive aftermarket trade show since the COVID-19 Pandemic gripped the U.S. Well over 100 companies showcased their latest products on the Convention Center show floor.

Ben Bjerke (L) and Doug Macher from Team Nutz flank Keystone representative Kyle Graziul on the Big Show floor Saturday afternoon.

Team Nutz, based in Pittsburgh PA, offers a wide variety of 12volt and automotive aftermarket products in their marketplace. Ed Nuttall related “When we heard about the upcoming Keystone Show is Dallas we quickly made the decision to attend. Keystone is a key vendor and we saw this as an opportunity to see firsthand the latest products from their vendors and network with other dealers at the show. We made plans for two staff members, Doug Macher and Ben Bjerke, to attend.

Macher and Bjerke hitched a ride on Southwest and they had a very productive two days at the Keystone Big Show. Macher related to 12volt News “We spent time in a lot of booths, talked with booth staff members and saw a ton of cool new products. Overall, Ben and I will take back a lot of information to Ed. It was a very informative event for us.”

Pickup trucks were spotlighted in many booths as attendees walked the event aisles.

“Team Nutz is a very proactive retailer and a post for the Keystone Big Show caught eyeballs at the 12volt Central Studios. That was when we learned Ed was sending Doug and Ben to the event. This article, spotlighting the Team Nutz trip to the Keystone Big Show, was a result of that Team Nutz Instagram post and following conversation” 12volt News staff related.

At the Keystone Big Show there were virtually no traditional 12volt companies exhibiting on the event floor. There was also very little buzz across the 12volt industry regarding the event even though 12volt companies are adding products from the automotive aftermarket category to their product mix..

Everything is big in Texas, with the Keystone Big Show being in a Big convention hall.

Lighting and associated products, which are selling well in the 12volt industry, shined brightly in several exhibitors’ booths.

As one on one in-person activity has been restricted it is still extremely important to communicate effectively. Many are saying they have been Zoom-called to death. Many in the industry bang out txt messages and emails like it’s a game. First one to 50 today wins is not a long term strategy for success.

Retailers meet face to face with consumers, and talk in person with those individuals, about products for their rides. It’s impossible for someone to feel bass in their chest on a smartphone, laptop or screen.

Thank you to all in the industry, like Ed Nuttall, who will talk to the 12volt Central Studios on the phone to generate positive visibility for their products and activities across the 12volt industry.

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The 22’ Tall Lighted Nutcracker Grabbed Holiday Attention at Team Nutz

PITTSBURG, PA (12.29.2020) – Team Nutz is a very proactive 12volt and automotive aftermarket retailer in Pittsburgh PA.

With the Holiday Season approaching Team Nutz purchased a 22’ tall inflatable, lighted Nutcracker to place in front of the company’s store to grab attention from people driving down the busy street. The Nutcracker was put in place right after Thanksgiving.

This creative Team Nutz post wished all on social media Merry Christmas.

Nina and Ed Nuttall related “It gets dark early this time of the year. People can see the lighted Nutcracker from a couple blocks away. We will leave up until the New Years and then put it away until the Holiday Season 2021.”

The 22’ tall Nutcracker, with alternating red and green lights, grabbed attention from blocks away on the street.

Legend has it the Nutcracker represents power, strength and service like a trusty watch dog guarding a family from evil spirits and danger. The Nutcracker also serves as the traditional messenger of good luck and good will.

Santa Bob Jones is flanked by Nina and Ed Nuttall by the Team Nutz front door.

The Nutcracker, with alternating red and green lights, attracted many families to stop outside and take a family Christmas photo. “It was great to see families stopping for a photo. While taking the photo they certainly had a chance to see all we offer at Team Nutz” Ed Nuttall offered.

This image shows the height of the 22’ Nutcrackers out front at Team Nutz.

On Thursday, the day before Christmas, Santa was in the house. Bob Jones, area sales representative for Davis Distribution, dressed as Santa paid a visit to Team Nutz.

Collen Gregory, Natasha Davis and Doug Macher (LtoR) with masks on are pictured behind the sales counter on the Team Nutz showroom floor.

Jones related “I like putting on the Santa suit and seeing people smile at Christmas time. On Thursday I visited a few dealers and spent some time on their sales floors. Team Nutz is a very good customer and I enjoyed spending time with their team and thanking them for their business.”

The team of Tom Mays, Ben Bjerknes, Chris Adams and Ian Spochacz has been very busy in the install bay at Team Nutz.

Over the past several weeks Team Nutz staff members have redoubled their efforts via social media channels to showcase their products and services. Team Nutz also offers a selection of PPE products as well as services area auto dealerships and construction companies with a variety of services.

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