Power TVThe COMP Performance Group and powerTV media jointly announced plans to launch Power & Performance TV, an online video channel using powerTV's online broadcast technology featuring content from the COMP Cams, TCI, ZEX, RHS, FAST, and Powerhouse brands. Regardless of whether you're a professional engine builder or a street machine enthusiast, keeping up on the hottest new trends and innovative products is important. That's what Power & Performance TV will bring to 36 million online enthusiasts. In addition, Power & Performance TV will be broadcast on the COMP Cams, TCI, FAST, RHS, ZEX, and Powerhouse Web sites, as well as the powerTV online video channel network.

"COMP Cams, TCI, and the COMP Performance Group brands are all about innovation," said Chris Douglas, COMP Cams' director of marketing. "We want to build the best parts for our customers, and we want to find the best ways to give them the latest and hottest information. We've realized that online video is an extremely powerful way to communicate with our customers. We are looking forward to using powerTV to launch our own video channel and to allow our customers to interact with our brands in an entirely new and powerful way."

In addition to the racing and performance content that COMP will create using powerTV's innovative user video technology, COMP Performance Group customers will be able to watch, share, and upload videos of their own performance rides, car builds, racing experiences, or tips and tricks. As well as that, customers will be able to browse and watch hundreds of COMP Cams, TCI, ZEX, RHS, FAST, and Powerhouse technical videos, installs, new product reviews, and dyno tests. Users will also be able to embed Power & Performance TV in their own Web site or Myspace pages. For more information, visit www.powerperformancetv.com.

CoasT To CoastGoodmark Industries, Inc. is no stranger to the custom classic truck community. Their high-quality truck parts have helped keep, revive, and flat out build more classic haulers than any one man can dare to count. To help keep up with the demand for their high-quality sheetmetal and trim for GM trucks, they have decided to expand their operations to include a West Coast home base. That's right, the Lawrenceville, Georgia-based company is taking things coast to coast with the opening of their new Norwalk, California-based building, which will mark the company's second location. The reason for the new building is to help service their customers to the fullest potential. The plan of action is for the Georgia-based company to service the East Coast and the California-based location to serve the West Coast. For more information about the new building, call the Norwalk Goodmark facility direct at 562-282-0284, or jump on Goodmark's Web site at www.goodmark-industries.com.

Road TripStart makin' plans to head out to Knoxville, Tennessee, May 18-19, 2007, for the 29th annual F-100 Supernationals and Ford Family Reunion, which also happens to be the world's largest F-100 event. This year the show will be celebrating 40 years of the 1967 Ford pickup and 50 years of the fabulous '57 Ford. Other special guests joining the celebration are all the truck and car lines from the '57, '58, and '59 Ford, Lincoln, Mercury, and Edsel. The event is open to all Ford trucks and will feature vendors from coast to coast, a show 'n' shine, and informal tech shows. Magazine coverage will include the coveted Ultimate Truck of the Year award; Dan Ford Spirit Award; Brett Ford Incredible Youth Award; Jan's Real Backbone Awards; and more. Bring your truck-finished or unfinished-to Chilhowee Park, home of the 1982 World's Fair, and have a ball! For more information, visit www.f100supernationals.com, or call Pat Ford Promotions at 704-872-7327.

Back In Shop ClassRon Covell is starting his 14th year teaching metalworking workshops, and he'll be traveling to 10 states this year, plus Australia, New Zealand, and Japan. Ron has taught thousands of people worldwide how to shape and repair sheetmetal with simple hand tools, and in most workshops he demonstrates the use of the English Wheel. Sharing of individual experience is encouraged, and the workshop content is often adjusted in response to interesting questions from the participants. The cost is $190 per day, with advanced registration required. The workshops are given as a lecture-demonstration, and are open to people at any level of experience, even beginners. For more information, contact Covell Creative Metalworking, 106 Airport Blvd. #105, Freedom, CA 95019, 800-747-4631, www.covell.biz.

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