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ARTEC Grand Opening Event Saturday November 23 11am – 4pm

Artec Ind New Location 220x98 Artec Industries New Facility to Fit More MachineryBENSON, AZ   NOVEMBER 18, 2013:  Artec Industries is proud to announce the Grand Opening of their new facility in Benson, Arizona, with easy access from I-10.  This new building has more than doubled their previous property, increasing the production area, the shipping department and office space.  This addition became necessary when the company invested in purchasing a new Cincinnati 135 PF+ 135 ton CNC Press Brake, an Okuma Captain 370M CNC Lathe with Live Tooling and a Bridgeport 3020VMC CNC Mill.  “Every single department at Artec will improve at this new facility; from R&D to customer service, production to shipping,” said Artie Nuttall, President. “It will enable us to continue to offer the best products at the best prices; giving our customers in the offroad community the best experience.” Read More→

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Ian Johnson leaves CRAWL2 Media

Saturday, October 5th, 2013

Ian 220x120 Ian Johnson leaves CRAWL2 MediaIan Johnson announced his resignation as Associate Publisher and Senior Technical Editor of CRAWL magazine.  He is no longer part of the management team ofCRAWL2 Media, LLC.

CRAWL magazine is an offroad magazine that is published bi-monthly by CRAWL2 Media,LLC and is based in Reno, NV.  Ian has been working with CRAWL since 2007 and was part of the ownership team.  Ian has enjoyed his time at CRAWL2 Media, LLC  and wishes the current owners future success. Read More→

Voters Build Blog Buggy

Friday, February 18th, 2011

Xtreme 4×4 and Royal Purple Team Up for Online Voter’s Choice Build

blogBuggy Voters Build Blog Buggy Feb. 18, 2011 (Porter, TX) – What happens when the creative minds at Royal Purple and Xtreme 4×4 get together? The result is Xtreme 4×4’s Blog Buggy presented by Royal Purple. The project is a first time, unique opportunity for fans of Xtreme 4×4 to be directly involved in a custom build. Xtreme 4×4 picked the chassis, but the rest is up to the online voter. The 17 categories to vote on cover everything from axels to paint and transfer cases to lockers.

“We wanted to find a way to get the viewers involved. Usually you see pre-spec builds on shows, but this time what goes in and on the vehicle is decided exclusively by the vote,” said Royal Purple’s Randy Fisher. “It’s a huge mix and match to choose from, and we can’t wait to see how this Blog Buggy turns out,” he added.

Online voting opened this month for Xtreme 4×4’s Blog Buggy presented by Royal Purple and will continue through the end of March. Viewers will learn the results of their votes as progress on the project will be followed during several episodes of the show airing in early April.

Cast your vote by going to http://xtreme4x4tv.com/blogbuggy/. Catch Xtreme 4×4 host Ian Johnson’s announcement about the Blog Buggy on Powerblock this weekend, Feb. 19 and 20.