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AWE Tuning Celebrates 20 Years in Performance Engineering with Special “20 years in 20 days” Promotion - Web Exclusive

AWE Tuning is twenty years old this year and is announcing the event with a special promotion called “20 years in 20 days.”

Les Bidrawn
Sep 16, 2011

The company, which started in 1991 as a specialty European tuning company and has evolved into one of the most trusted names in Performance Engineering for German Autos, is celebrating its 20th year by recapping the evolution of the company - one year per day. AWE Tuning’s history will be shared with the enthusiast forums as well as on the company’s Facebook page one day at a time until October 4th.

The 20 (calendar) days will traverse everything from what President Todd Sager calls, “the hole in the wall” first shop, through to early track testing, up to the present globally distributed Performance Engineering brand.

Todd Sager states, “This company has grown because of quality Performance engineering. We’ve self-funded and have grown by investing back into the business, and by making products that do what they say they will do for our customers. My sincere thanks to all the fans out there that have made AWE Tuning what it is today.”

The “20 years in 20 days” promotion will run from September 15th through October 4th 2011, and will offer special pricing on the AWE Tuning catalog, which can be found at www.AWE-Tuning.com, 1.888.565.2257, 215.658.1670 or performance@AWE-Tuning.com

By Les Bidrawn
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