Celebrate 25th Anniversary of Innertech - Nashville, Nashville, Ill.

Our company manufactures the headliner trim panel and the roof bow trim panel for the Tesla Model S. We would love for you to come out and meet our employees and help us celebrate our 25th Anniversary! You would be welcome to tour our process and show our employees your Tesla Model S.

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  • John V.

    I'll echo Jim's sentiment. My inner geek had a field day with the scale and engineering of Innertech's operations! Cheryl was a gracious host, and if she'll have individual visitors, I recommend it for anybody who's interested in manufacturing/engineering or just seeing "how things work". I always love showing off the car and introducing new people to it, but it was especially gratifying to show it to some of the friendly and hard working men and women that helped make Model S happen.

    October 31, 2013

  • Jim P

    Wow, that was impressive & fun! Innertech has a pretty amazing & broad manufacturing capability -- *really*. It was a great “small world” experience to find out they produce parts for Tesla so near home. The employees obviously had fun seeing their product wrapped in its final package, asked in-depth questions, and I know I saw more than a couple “Tesla grins” on our amusement rides (WhooHooo!). For the engineers in the audience (like me), it was a serious education on how to manufacture with floppy, stretchy & squishy materials – that’s where science bleeds over into art – kudos to all & Cheers! -Jim P

    2 · October 30, 2013

    • Cheryl T.

      Thank you very much for coming out. This turned out far better than my expectations just watching everyone's reactions for the first time. I'm kicking myself for not inviting my girl scout troop. I see an opportunity for a STEM event in our future.

      1 · October 30, 2013

  • Cheryl T.

    Great publicity! Thanks to Jim and Jon who took valuable time from their work day to show our folks their own personal vehicles. Not only did they show the car, but they did test drives and let us drive! Both experiences created a stimulating impact and created quite a buzz.

    1 · October 30, 2013

  • Jim P

    I am 95% certain I'll be able to attend. Looking forward to it! Hope I have time to give 'Tron a wash...

    1 · October 27, 2013

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