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Hello guys & gals,

I just wanted to let everyone know that we have some new dealers that are carrying our product line and hopefully some of them are near you. If so, please stop by and pick up some X-Tream Clean Products and always remember to Clean 'Em Up After You Ride!!

Adams Performance - Mooresville, NC

Tommy Johnson's Motorsports - Denver, NC

Car Quest - Newland, NC

Champion Honda & BMW - Charleston, SC

J&L Saw Shop - Monroeville, AL

AK Motors Performance Center - Vandergrif, PA

The Rider Network/Moto2Motion - Sheboygan, WI

We have also revamped our website so stop by and check it out at Welcome to XTream Clean.

New products will also be out soon and I will post info here as soon as they are available.

Thanks again,

Mark Skerlak

X-Tream Clean Products

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