A Giveaway to Introduce Us and Our New Product

We’re Jeff and Shannon.

We started ElementDriven a week ago. And it’s been a really busy week getting set up. We’re close to being fully operational and looking forward to shipping orders soon. If you haven’t pre-ordered your Element rear-seat floor-latch plates, we encourage you take advantage of our introductory pricing—as the standard retail price will go into effect March 1.

First off, the production process is going well. The first batch of ElementDriven rear-floor seat-latch plates is cut. Next up is forming, and then off to powder-coat. Once powder-coating is finished, we’ll get down to the business of packing your orders and shipping them to you. I’m picking up cartons in our E on Friday. Is it weird to be excited about picking up flat cardboard? But still, I can’t wait for that.

I’m looking forward to the process of setting up a streamlined system for packing your orders. Not sure if it’s the former road-racer mentality in me—to always look for ways to improve on something—or just that I like to geek out on systems set-up. I’ll post pics here and on our social media channels as we hit the ready-to-ship stage.

We have many projects on the horizon for ElementDriven; I hope you’ll stay tuned to this blog, posted every Tuesday.

Contest time! NOTE: This contest ended March 1, 2021.

We want to give back to the E community by giving away a free pair of ElementDriven floor covers. Here’s how: we just took a pic of our odometer in our 2004 E. Our mileage is between 160,000 and 165,000.

The person who guesses closest to our actual mileage (whole miles, no tenths) gets a free set, including shipping (U.S. shipping addresses only).

>>Click here to enter<<

The winner will be announced March 2, 2021, here on our news page and social media channels.

Everyone can still “win” with a discount by ordering your set before March 1st and taking advantage of our introductory price.

Take it E-zee.

Jeff & Shannon

2 comments

  • Hi Dana. Thanks for the interest. The price depends on the finish. A single cover in bare steel starts at $34, plus shipping. You can view the different versions here: https://elementdriven.myshopify.com/collections/all/knee-saver

    Jeff Stites
  • How much do you charge for a set of plates. It would be nice to know the price please

    Dana Bennett

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