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Can You Fit a Turkey in Your Drawer?

The DECKED team made it through turkey day. The team at DECKED is spread out across the US, so gathering the group to celebrate our thanks is near impossible. Everyone made it back from their holiday travels safe and well fed. DECKED truck bed storage system - Can you fit a turkey in your drawer? The weekend before Thanksgiving, Lance was at Bob Wards an outdoor retailor in Missoula, MT for one of our first parking lot events. One way we support our dealers is by getting the DECKED product in front of as many truck owners as possible. Lance spent a cold two days (it was -5F in the parking lot on Saturday) showing truck enthusiasts the DECKED system. Lucky the DECKED system is rated to withstand colder temps than poor Lance. The turnout for our first event was very positive. We had over 70 people show up to see the system, pull out the full length drawers, and talk with Lance about the key features of our truck bed storage system. One truck owner drove 40 miles to see the DECKED system, and he was a bit bummed he had purchased a competitor’s product just a few months back. With a 2,000 lbs. deck load rating, massive drawer capacity that holds 200 lbs each, secure weatherproof storage, and an engineered difference wrapped into an industrial design, DECKED is worth checking out. The overall feedback from everyone was extremely positive. Zack Boughton from our pro-team, who is half of the Montana Wild team, came by to see the DECKED system for the first time and meet Lance. Zack was blown away with the look and feel and is looking forward to putting the system in his truck. Having our pro-team excited about the potential utilization of our truck storage system made the weekend that much better. Thanks to all the people who showed up and battled the cold temps, to see our truck bed storage solution. Thanks, also, to the team at Bob Ward's for their encouragement and support. Check out a few pictures on our Facebook page and see an update from Zack on Montana-wild website or Montana-wild Facebook page. Until next time... Work smarter, Play harder.

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