Football fans up and down the country who are gearing up for the season ahead following their favourite team on the road, can now show their support while on their travels by customising their car in their club’s colours.
AlloyGator’s patented alloy wheel protection system not only prevents damage to wheels caused by scuffs from kerbs or potholes, but as they’re available in a range of 13 colours, allows fans to ‘kit’ out their car in the club’s colours.
“Following Leicester’s success in the Premier League last season, we’ve seen a spike in demand for our blue AlloyGator’s from fans in the Midlands,” comments Curt Rathbone, managing director, AlloyGator. “There’s no surprise that our red product is popular in both Manchester and Liverpool and our brand new sky blue option is perfect for Manchester City and Coventry City fans. Supporters of championship team Norwich City or League Two Blackpool can also show their colours with our yellow or orange AlloyGators and our green system is ideal for Celtic fans north of the border or even those at the other end of the UK in Plymouth.”
As well as offering a bold styling option, AlloyGators also help reduce potential damage to fans’ cars while on the road. Made from super-tough nylon, the system sits between the car’s tyre and wheel rim, reducing the risk of damage caused by scuffs on kerbs or potholes. For fans preferring to take advantage of the protection benefits of AlloyGator without showing support for their team’s colours, there’s even a range of discreet options including black, graphite or silver.
“Travelling to football matches to see your favourite team play can be an expensive hobby,” adds Curt. “And there’s perhaps nothing more frustrating than trying to park your car close to an unfamiliar ground, squeezing into a tight spot, only to hear your alloys scraping on the kerb, knowing that this is going to add further expense to fix. AlloyGator’s can protect your wheels and help remove one potential hazard from your day out.”
Fans looking to customise and protect their car with AlloyGator should visit www.alloygator.com to find out the location of their nearest approved installer.