Beats-um-all Website Back After "Glitch"

After finally going online at their customers continued request, this company's website went down because of a glitch, but is now back online and ready for business.

Online PR News – 25-April-2013 – Oak Ridge, TN – After many years of customers waiting patiently to appear online, Beats-um-all suddenly disappeared. It was a 'glitch' in the system according to Beats-um-all Car Products, when they temporarily lost their website for about 10 hours last week. Beats-um-all's webmaster, Mary Moore said, “We had lost the site service for approximately 10 hours, and the server had to reboot the system, but to our knowledge no orders were lost and everything is fine and back on line.”

Beats-um-all recently went online after nearly 50 years of selling their products solely at car shows and at the racing circuit. Many people had expressed desires to be able to buy the product more regularly and after so many years, “Dennis the Menace” Toomey finally allowed to not only put the line on a website, but it is also available on Amazon today as well.

“Even though I had an 800 number on every product, people kept telling me it should be more readily available through other retailers,” said Toomey, “I now have the staff we needed that is allowing us to do just that.”

In addition to a secure shopping cart on their website, also carries product endorsements, photos of cars that use the product, and more detailed information about each product and what it can do, according to Moore who says, “For years, Dennis had seen the cars or photos of vehicles that use Beats-um-all at the shows. We now fiercely encourage people who use this product to send us pictures of their cars, as they are so beautiful when done, and any other uses, so we can put them on the website as well.”

Patrick J. Boileau, the company's Manufacturer's Representative is just as excited about their entry into Amazon and said, “Amazon has been a huge supporter and has helped us in every way to join their line of fine quality products in their automotive section. We are amazed at how enthusiastic this mega-company has been toward our diverse line of American made products.”

The product was begun and formulated by Toomey in Oak Ridge, Tennessee and he backs every bottle with a 100% guarantee including the postage cost to return it if the consumer is not satisfied. According to Boileau, “He has only needed to make good on that guarantee three times since 1968, and all three had extenuating circumstances, to say the least.”

Beats-um-all carries car wax products in both paste and spray detailer form, a vinyl/leather protectant, metal polish, non-abrasive rub out, concentrated shampoo/degreaser, microfiber cleaning cloths, all-purpose shammies, and will be releasing an acid rain remover later this year. All products can be found on Amazon under Automotive and at their website at