Carbon Motors Takes Another Step Towards Legitimacy

Carbon Motors, makers of the Robocop-approved Carbon E7 patrol vehicle, have taken another step towards automotive industry legitimacy.


According to a press release issued today, they've hooked up with Snap-on, one of the global leaders in tools, diagnostics, equipment, software and service solutions to develop a service strategy for the E7.

Carbon and Snap-on will host interactive “Customer Service Summits” at the remaining stops of their Pure Justice Tour to get feedback from managers and mechanics on how to develop the most effective service model. This is very much in line with Carbon's business model to date, specifically their innovative Carbon Council.


Stops remaining on the 2009 Pure Justice Tour:

Boston, MA July 29-31
Lansing, MI August 10-12
Milwaukee, WI August 19-22
Jackson, MS August 25-27
Dallas, TX September 1-3
Hastings, NE September 8-10
Phoenix, AZ September 14-17
Los Angeles, CA September 22-24
Denver, CO October 4-7
Seattle, WA October 13-15


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