Savvy off-road sold? (the unofficial Savvy customer support and Savvy rant thread)


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Feb 9, 2019
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This evening I found on Savvy Facebook page it links to
Says Savvy has been bought by another company? It no longer links to savvy off-road.
The new site doesn’t seem to have much in the way of TJ parts. Here is the “about” page from the new site.
Anyone have any insight?
From what I have read the TJ will still be supported.

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What does this mean as far as them making rear bumpers again?

That link doesn’t work for me. Says that domain is for sale.
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Correct. I just know what I read. Sucks as I really was hoping to add a mid arm at some point and I’m not sure how long they are going to support the TJ.
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Correct. I just know what I read. Sucks as I really was hoping to add a mid arm at some point and I’m not sure how long they are going to support the TJ.

I'm not seeing anything TJ or anything aluminum on the new site. All the JL stuff looks like generic diesel bro.
"Savvy 2.0, new partners, new management, with one goal; to bring you the best off-road armor products for your vehicle. We are excited to announce that Savvy Offroad has recently been acquired by The Offroad Group. Gearald Lee is still on the board of directors and an active member of the company. The other partners are Jake Glaser and Will Periman, who both have over 15 years of experience in the off-road industry. Jake Glaser will be the CEO and will be heading up sales and inventory management. Will Periman will be heading up operations and all new product development. This acquisition marks an exciting new chapter in the history of Savvy Offroad, and we believe that it will bring many benefits to our customers. As part of the change, we will be rebranding as SAVVY DESIGNZ.

SAVVY has always been a respected leader in the off-road industry and has a strong track record of bringing you the best off-road armor products with a racing heritage. With this change comes 60 years of combined off-road industry experience. We look forward to bringing you the best new off-road products!

Gerald Lee has spent many years building the company from the ground up and is proud of all that it has accomplished. He is now ready to semi retire and enjoy the fruits of his labor, knowing that his company will be left in capable hands. Gerald Lee has full confidence in Jake and Will and their abilities to carry on the legacy of Savvy and continue the success of the company. Jake and Will are honored to have been chosen to carry on the legacy of the company and are dedicated to continuing its success long into the future.

Moving forward we will pride ourselves on our ability to provide Off-Road Armor of the highest quality to our clients. Customer satisfaction is our top priority and we go above and beyond to ensure that each and every one of our clients is completely satisfied with the work we do and the products we make. We believe in building long-term relationships with our clients and are always available to answer any questions or concerns customers may have.

Thank you for choosing us for your off-road armor needs. We look forward to working with you and helping you achieve your goals."
Folks wanting TJ parts from Savvy would be wise to email whoever (in new management) receives emails for Savvy. I don't know if the current email will be forwarded or changed but finding that info is step one.

The rockers, mid-arm, aluminum doors, body armor, transmission skid, engine skid, PS skid, bumpers etc. are all top-level designs.

The company has been run like a hobby for far too long, and now may be running like a company that wants to maximize profits (sell inventory). This is our opportunity to make it known to management how much we appreciate the great designs and are willing to pay for the products.

My $.02