Performance floor mats from Sparco

posted September 14, 2017 at 09:01 pm
by  Manila Standard
Regarded as the country’s largest automotive accessories retail chain with 50 stores nationwide, Blade has carved a respectable niche in the aftermarket industry with its extensive line of affordable automotive accessories and car care products that ranges from car audio-video down to air fresheners and wheels. 

Among their popular brands is Sparco,  an Italian auto part and accessory company headquartered in Volpiano, Turin, Italy that specializes in producing items such as seats, steering wheels, harnesses, racewear and helmets. In the Philippines, Blade is the distributor for Sparco’s lifestyle products such as seat covers and floor mats. Sparco floora mats are easy to clean and made from a non-skid backing material and designed to universally fit most cars and AUV’s. 

All of their stores carry globally recognized brands such as Sparco, OMP, Goodyear, Polaroid and Chupa Chups. “The brands we carry are all licensed and Blade is an official distributor of the aforementioned brands. All branded merchandise that we carry are original and licensed,” explains Albert Go of Blade. For brands such as Sparco, OMP and Goodyear, Blade caters to the consumer line of automotive products such as air compressors, seat belt pads, and car floor mats. They also offer a complete line of car care products such as Blade signature products, Sonax, Mother’s, Meguiar’s and Wurth among others. 

Blade Auto Center’s line of car accessories and gadgets are reasonably priced due to its high purchase volume. Their automotive lifestyle stores are located in SM, Ayala and Robinson’s Malls nationwide. 

Topics: Floor mats , Sparco
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