Digital Solutions specialist 501pm redesigns Overbuilt Customs website

Digital Solutions specialist 501PM has been chosen to develop a totally new website for Overbuilt Customs. The website will feature various Build-Your-Own Jeep CJ customization packages now offered by Overbuilt.  501PM is a team of digital specialist that provides digital marketing support services to companies seeking to improve their online presence with solutions that deliver results. 501PM’s goal is to position Overbuilt Customs as a premier go to Jeep restorer and customizer for not only the everyday enthusiasts but for the more serious adventurer seeking the awe and thrill that an Overbuilt Custom Jeep can bring. 

501pm’s head of creative and partner, Paul  Brown,  first met Brad from Overbuilt in 2008 at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, where Brad was an exhibitor. At the time Paul was in charge of the web operations along with graphic and advertising design for the producers of the show. ” The first time I saw Brads Jeeps I was smitten and had to have one ” said Paul. Over the years as Overbuilt Customs continued to display at the various shows including the Palm Beach and Miami Beach boat shows, Paul became a customer of Overbuilt.  He gave Brad a pretty basic 2003 Jeep Wrangler X  and told him to “do something with it”

” I will never forget the day I flew into the Jacksonville airport and Brad picked me up in my newly transformed Jeep. I was in awe at the transformation” Paul added.  It has continued to evolved over the years and Paul now affectionately calls his Jeep BADASS”.

Paul, as with many other customers will not have any other shops touch their rides. “Overbuilt Customs are the best at what they do and we at 501PM are delighted to be able to work with Overbuilt on their web development project”. The new website is expected to be launched early in 2018.

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