BOCA RATON, Fla. — Tint World® announced it has expanded its service offering in Naples, Florida, with the addition of Randy Swartz, according to a press release.

Swartz, a 25-year automotive veteran, is an experienced 12-volt installer, fabricator and SEMA Show car builder, stated the release.

In his new position as the location’s store manager, continued the release, Swartz will oversee all installation departments, customizations and high-end fabrication work.

“There are only a handful of people in the country that possess Randy’s skill set and overall industry knowledge,” said Michael Richards, Tint World® Naples’ franchise owner, in the release. “In addition to Tint World’s core products and services, we can now offer next level fabrication and customization to become a true one-stop shop for all cars, trucks, boats and off-road vehicles. We are very excited Randy has joined the Tint World Naples team, as his hire has turned the vision I had for a shop in Southwest Florida into a reality. He’s a great guy and I know our customers are going to love him.”

Swartz, a Florida native, has a broad background building and fabricating custom audio, exhaust systems, suspension components, 12-volt upgrades and more for motorcycles, cars and trucks, reported the release.

Prior to his new position with Tint World, Swartz spent 10 years working in his own shop located in Western Florida, informed the release, and he built and installed custom parts for luxury cars including Lamborghinis and Ferraris.

He also built a SEMA display Corvette for a mobile electronics company and contributed to show cars for Sony and Pioneer in the 2000s, added the release.

His experience with metal, wood and other composite fabrications will help Tint World’s Naples location to expand its custom fabrication and installation services for interior 12-volt upgrades and safety equipment, as well as boat and motorcycle upgrades, suspension kits and forced induction, noted the release.

“Working with Tint World will allow me to share my experience building and modifying cars, trucks and motorcycles with area enthusiasts and other Tint World installers,” stated Swartz in the release. “I’ve been working on cars for nearly 30 years and even installed stereos in Ferraris before they offered them from the factory. I’m excited to help Tint World grow as a whole and to continue doing what I love, now as a part of the best team in the industry.”

You can find the release here.