This show was also our first venture into apparel and merchandise, so I hope you guys who purchased one of our fantastic caps or keyrings enjoy them, please give us some feedback on how the keyrings perform. The sharp-eyed among you will have noticed the sneaky additions to what could have been a bog-standard keyring, we can’t take all the credit for this so a shout out to Will and Sam Webster.
The Wildbear brand continues to go from strength to strength as; shown by the fact that we had sold out of our most popular bumpers on Saturday and proceeded to take orders which will be winging their way to our customers waiting in antici - pation of deliveries this week. A massive thank you to you for choosing Wildbear as your product, and please feel free to share some of your pictures on our social media accounts; we are active on Facebook, Instagram, and Google+. Links; can be found on the social bar of our website, so give us a click and follow for updates on upcoming events and products. We’d love to see how our products perform, and even if the odd issue arises, we want to hear about it so we can continue to develop our products to be the absolute best they can be.
The show season is not; completely over, of course, and we will have the pleasure of supporting Goodwinch at the Newbury 4x4 and vintage spares day. More information on this; can be found here http://www.4x4sparesday.co.uk/, and we look forward to seeing you there for grabbing your last-minute bargain.
We are also looking forward to developing a new range of products throughout the winter, and some exciting projects are on the way involving Range Rover L322, P38, and Discovery 5, so keep a lookout for more updates on the progress for these.
We will also be trying to use some of the time in our hectic schedule to develop products that have been suggested and requested throughout the year, so thank you to those people for your patience, and we will be in touch as these products hit the end of the design stage, I have not forgotten you and will continue to nudge at the development team ;)