The WTC named David Nieuwstadt as the council’s latest spotlight volunteer. Nieuwstadt is a business owner at RimTyme Custom Wheels, a rent-to-own concept that offers wheels and tires for trucks and Jeeps, as well as for custom wheels for passenger vehicles.
SEMA: What led you to obtaining a career in the wheel and tire industry?
David Nieuwstadt: A career change led me to a career in the wheel and tire industry.
SEMA: How has being a WTC volunteer or member impacted your professional career?
DN: The information provided allows me to keep updated on current events and trends enabling me to pursue additional revenue streams.
SEMA: What advice do you have for someone pursuing a career in the wheel and tire segment?
DN: There is amazing growth potential, especially in the rent-to-own industry. Get started with a proven franchise and the sky’s the limit.
SEMA: Where can we find you on a Saturday?
DN: Since our busiest days are the weekend, you will find me at work.
Fill out a WTC spotlight application to share how you or your company are contributing to the wheel and tire segment of the automotive aftermarket. Selected candidates have the opportunity to be featured on SEMA eNews, social media and WTC member updates.