Madison, Ind. (Nov. 16, 2009) – The Revolution Lift RFP9 four-post lift will be featured in an episode of the DIY network program Cool Tools during prime time on Thanksgiving. The episode, “Garage Workshop,” will air for the first time at 9 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 26, as part of the show’s Thanksgiving marathon. It will be repeated at midnight, and will also air on Nov. 28, Nov. 29 and Dec. 19. Visit www.diynetwork.com/cool-tools/garage-workshop/index.html for a complete schedule and episode description.
The RFP9 is a 9,000-pound capacity four-post lift designed for home use to store or repair vehicles. It is a popular choice for car collectors, hobbyists and homeowners who want to maximize their garage space by storing one vehicle above another. It also lets hobbyists work under their vehicles standing up, instead of lying on their backs. The RFP9 is third-party tested by ETL and ALI certified to meet all ANSI/ALI ALCTV-2006 safety standards.
Cool Tools, hosted by tool expert Chris Grundy, provides do-it-yourselfers with profiles of a wide range of tools, from the tried-and-true to the latest-and-greatest, including insider tips from the people who help make them.
As part of the “Garage Workshop” segment, the Cool Tools crew filmed the four-post lift manufacturing process at the Rotary Lift flagship factory in Madison, Ind. They interviewed John Gray, vice president of operations, Matt Webster, vice president of global business development and marketing, and Melvin Meisberger of New Marion, Ind., who owns one of the first four-post lifts made by Revolution Lift.