Bully Dog Gives Back to Its Dealers

By: Terry Brown

Bully Dog Technologies, famed for its automotive innovations, will host an unusual event meant for its dealers. This event is scheduled to happen in the evening of the first day of November at the SEMA show in Las Vegas, Nevada.

The special event for Bully Dog dealers will be filled with foods, tips and surprises. There will also be a product training to impart Bully Dog's expertise in the field of automotive parts manufacturing. Apart from that, the company will be giving away a truck to a lucky attendee.

The event will also feature the presentation of new products which are included in the latest lineup of . The company is famous for its propane injection, propane tanks and accessories as well as the nitrous injection. Its propane injection system injects a high octane fuel for a slower yet complete burn. The company also offers propane tanks in 8.5, 10 and 15 gallon sizes. Its nitrous injection, on the other hand, comes in 3 different kits. It is usually used to intensify the race performance of a vehicle.

The propane injection, which was the very first in the industry, was introduced for diesel engines that can be mounted in a vehicle. This system is capable of increasing the horsepower if the vehicle without compromising safety and cleanliness. Propane injection has given the company a name in the industry. It is from said discovery that Bully Dog has developed other high-quality products.

Bully Dog's event will also be having product training and updates, finger foods and drinks, and capping off the occasion, the company will be raffling away a Chevy S10. Said race truck was given to the company on the Pink's television show.

"At Bully Dog we believe in giving back to our dealers, this event is designed to thank them for their support," says Michael Klassen of Bully Dog. In addition to the truck, Bully Dog will be giving prizes to each of their dealers who will attend the event. Another surprise is that those dealers who register early will receive a bonus of $50 in casino chips. Michael Klasen further added, "It is our way of thanking them for their support and for bringing us to the forefront of the performance market."

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