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LTMW Open House - Web Exclusive

Save the date—September 15, 2012.

Alex Bernstein
Sep 4, 2012
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LTMW, formerly known as LTBMW, has changed their name due to BMW trademark, but the people there, quality of work and dedication to the Southern California BMW enthusiast community remains unchanged.

LTMW is holding another open house on September 15th at their El Monte facility. This time around we expect the turnout to be bigger than ever, with prizes, raffles and work being done on the spot.

You can expect BMWs ranging from old to new, mild to wild and everything in between. We were pleasantly surprised last March at the number of people who actually did complete color changes on their brand new cars. You can check out that coverage here: http://blogs.eurotuner.com/6762239/editorials/ltbmw-2012-open-house/

Meanwhile, if you’re in the area or down for a road trip, definitely put the LTMW Open House on your To-Do list, we’ll be there without a doubt.

Visit www.ltbmw.com for more info or check out this thread on E90Post.com to add yourself to the RSVP list:
http://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=731317

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