Pictures, Showcases, and More

Posted On Jun 21, 2013 By

Think your car looks great?

Here at JTC Customs we want to give everyone a chance to show off their ride! In the future, we’re going to provide a designated area on our website for any customer to be able to share car pictures of his or her own. Cars are just as unique as the people who drive them, and we feel this opportunity gives us a great chance to interact with our customers and the car communities surrounding them.

Further expanding upon the idea, we want people to be able to vote for their favorite rides and create interactive polls that allow us to better measure your customer feedback. Eventually when we receive enough participation, we’ll start creating periodic showcases on selected customers and their automobiles. It’ll be a contest with the winner being chosen either by us or through community voting.

Down the road, this will lead to possible product giveaways and special promotional deals for all involved. It will also serve as one of the tools we’ll use to help us in finding willing participates to test our upcoming products as well.

However, our plans for the future of the website don’t stop there either. We want to include videos, tutorials, and all sorts of informational and instructional multimedia. Eventually we’ll have our own YouTube page showing shifter installations, product demos, and whatever else the community so desires. 

There’s a lot of discussion around the web about our products, and we’d love to be able to centralize some of that information flow straight into our own website so that people don’t have to comb the web looking for answers anymore!

These are ambitious goals for such a small company, but we feel with the support and patience we experience every day from our great customers that we can make it happen!

While the website isn't ready yet, we would still like to keep collecting your pictures. I'll keep them organized for when our new feature does release:

    • • To make things simpler, if you'd like to submit pictures then email them to:
    • • Use the subject "Picture Submission" and be sure to include at least your first name in the message.

Tommy's Prelude

We'd also like to ask for your permission to use these pictures as we see fit around the website; however, if you strictly want to keep your pictures limited only to the feature outlined above then note that as well in your message.

- Matthew