Archive for January, 2010

Imitation is the most sincere form of flattery? Sweet !!!

January 6, 2010

It was only a matter of time before a disgruntled former contractor violated his contracts with Ricambi America and willingly sold the our intellectual content to three of our competitors. Really, I’m not surprised — he was unable to keep food on his table while employed at Ricambi, despite a massive salary — so I suppose, he needed some work. Ethics be damned, huh? He was a relatively slack worker, so nobody really expected him to aggressively find new employment once he was terminated from Ricambi.

The good news is that Ricambi America remains the leader in genuine Ferrari, Maserati, and Lamborghini parts online. Other companies can copy our website, our content, and even our custom photography…. but they’re a long way from matching our customer service, enthusiasm, and passion for this business.

The new year 2010 promises to be a year of fantastic innovation at Ricambi America. From more advanced supply chains, to faster customer service, and new venues of product communication. Our best days are ahead — and we’re not bound by what ‘somebody else’ has already done. We’ll innovate. Everyone else can copy.


Stone Cold Ferrari Parts at Ricambi America

January 3, 2010

I like to express how hot and sexy some of the Ferrari parts are at Ricambi America, but today I’m not sure I can say anything except BRRRRRR!!!!  It is 17 degrees outside  and just too darn cold to think about much of anything except something like hot cocoa or oatmeal.  😦

We installed a high tech gizmo at Ricambi America that allows us to monitor the temperatures, and humidity at the office and in the warehouse from anywhere in the world.   It’s a nice piece of gadgetry to ensure everything stays in proper storage conditions. The Ferrari parts are nice a comfortable at 67 degrees now.  But outside in Winston Salem, it is a whole different story!

At least the good news is that my 348 is tucked in with a nice stretch satin Ferrari car cover and keeping warm on a Ferrari battery tender