Company Introduces Digital Storytelling Platform at World Famous Car Show
Online PR News – 21-May-2021 – LOUISVILLE, Ky. – The first company of its kind, AutoBio is making an appearance at the Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance to showcase the leading digital platform for sharing a vehicle’s photos, specs, history and more. Car show attendees can now simply scan the QR code on a vehicle’s AutoBio Tag, a removable window cling, with their smartphone to uncover interesting and detailed information about it. A car’s profile can also be saved to a digital “garage” to conveniently browse through later.
“We are honored to be a part of the renowned Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance,” said Katie Rooprai, co-founder of AutoBio. “This is an incredible opportunity to present AutoBio as the future of browsing vehicles at shows, meet-ups and much more.”
The vehicle owner builds out their online page similar to a social media profile by adding in photos, descriptions, videos and more. Users include everything from sharing work done on a car, before and after photos, history of the vehicle, etc. AutoBio allows owners to share the story they want to tell without having to repeat it 100 times.
AutoBio founders, Paul and Katie Rooprai, will be at booth #72 on May 22-23 at Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance where folks who like to show off their ride can purchase a lifetime membership to the platform and an AutoBio Tag for $49.
For more information, visit: https://www.autobiotags.com/
About AutoBio, LLC
AutoBio™ is a Louisville, Ky.-based company dedicated to using creative technological solutions to become the global leader in digital automotive storytelling. AutoBio is the only on-vehicle platform of its kind with an access point to tell your vehicle’s story—anytime, anywhere. The technology and strategy behind their products serve one mission: to have an AutoBio Tag (design patent pending) on every car with a story, so that each one of the 150 million global car enthusiasts can tell it, tag it and share it. More information can be found online at https://www.autobiotags.com/.