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An Organized Garage: Taking the Challenge

Thursday, October 22, 2009
By SeattleTool
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How much stuff does one person need?

Car Buffs Ride out the Recession in Style

Thursday, September 10, 2009
By SeattleTool
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While the big three auto-makers are busy reinventing themselves, many of their early assembly line offspring are proving that true classics never lose their place in the hearts and garages of true collectors, no matter how bad the economy gets. Experts are pointing to a ‘correction’ in the price of entry level muscle cars that were being bought up by nostalgia seeking middle class North Americans before the current recession.

Anatomy of a Race Weekend

Thursday, August 6, 2009
By SeattleTool
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Things will go wrong. It’s not a glass half full, glass half empty proposition. When it comes to racing, it’s simply part of the game. So, when Tony Morris Jr.

It’s Time to Stem the Pandemic of Vacation Deprivation

Thursday, July 2, 2009
By SeattleTool
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It’s summer, the season where even kicking back on the deck beside a smoking barbecue while catching up with a friend falls under the category of “big plans for today.”But there’s a disturbing trend threatening the future of our beloved Canadian summers.For the past nine years, online travel company Expedia has conducted a “Vacation Deprivation Survey” focussing on how hard working people worldwide are not taking their vacation time.

Tell Dad it’s Time to Leave the Tight Turns to the Professionals

Tuesday, June 2, 2009
By SeattleTool
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When the Vancouver Molson Indy ended its 14-year run, the city of Edmonton seized the opportunity to represent Western Canada and host a world class race event. This year’s Rexall Edmonton Indy (July 24-26) will also host  the Canadian Tire NASCAR series race, as well as Northern Alberta Sports Club Car (NASCC) and FIL races. Proformance Racing will be running 8-10 cars in next month’s NASCC event, two sponsored by Seattle Tool. The race averages approximately 50 cars.

The Tools to Take on a Messy World

Wednesday, April 29, 2009
By SeattleTool
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Pulitzer Prize winning author Russell Baker is infamous for once forgoing the obligatory inspirational commencement speech he was invited to give to the graduating class of Connecticut College in favor of a more pessimistic view.  “'The best advice I can give anybody about going out into the world is this,” he said “Don't do it. I have been out there. It is a mess.”The warning, of course, was calculated to shock. Graduation speeches are the breeding grounds of hyperbole. A buffet of cliches.

Precision and Style, no matter how many wheels are on the ground.

Saturday, March 21, 2009
By SeattleTool
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Last month Italian car maker Maserati unveiled their lightest, yet slowest model in years. Lacking the type of horse power car enthusiasts have come to expect, the Milani built  bicycle certainly puts a unique twist on the turbulent automotive manufacturing industry and the year most companies in that sector would like to forget.The crossover potential for the bike to catch the eye of those revved up by elite cars is limited. But the brand message of innovation and striking design should still resonate with both petrol heads and pedal pushers.

Racing School - where giving the boss the gears takes on a whole new meaning

Friday, February 27, 2009
By SeattleTool
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When you think of team building exercises, hitting the track in a high powered stock car doesn’t immediately spring to mind. But Roy Gangdal, general manager of Proformance Racing, insists that a day racing and learning high-speed driving skills can build cohesion in a corporate group in a way that other traditional corporate activities --  golf tournaments, for instance -- can’t.

The Right Tools Can Give you an Edge

Thursday, January 29, 2009
By SeattleTool
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It’s January (almost February), and that means it’s time to celebrate the birth of 2027’s National Hockey League entry draft participants. Sound a tad premature?

Virtual or Tangible, Every Gift Sends a Message

Tuesday, January 6, 2009
By SeattleTool
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From Scrabble tiles that spell out L-O-V-E, to roses (available in singles or bouquets), lingerie, chicken noodle soup, pets (dogs, twin kittens, dinosaurs . . .), tacky Christmas reindeer sweaters, Whoopie Cushions, and basketball themed toilet paper, Facebook has the sentiment you’re looking for.  Without factory emissions, packaging or trade tariffs to worry about, the social networking site is free to offer a seemingly infinite catalogue of virtual gifts for members to purchase for each other.

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