Hot Shot's Secret Introduces 'Fuel Your Mind' Video Series

Hot Shot’s Secret Introduces ‘Fuel Your Mind’ Video Series

The video series is focused strictly on educating the consumer about all things diesel.

Hot Shot’s Secret, a leading brand of diesel performance additives and specialty oils, recently announced a new educational video series – Fuel Your Mind.  The series, hosted by Bram Fulk, is now online and includes six episodes in the first season. This video series is focused strictly on educating the consumer about all things diesel so that they can make informed decisions about their engine.  

The series kicked off on August 22 and will be premiering on the company’s YouTube channel every other Saturday at 2 p.m. ET. For the first season, six episodes will air on a bi-weekly basis covering the issues with diesel particulate filters (DPF), fuel injector systems, the basics of an engine and the science of oil. Season two is already in the works to cover even more topics, including an in-depth focus on oil and additives, with series host Bram Fulk returning. To view the first Hot Shot’s Secret Fuel the Mind video on how a diesel engine works, visit Fuel Your Mind Series page, or visit Hot Shot’s Secret YouTube Channel. In this episode, Fulk explains the basics of a diesel engine and then takes a look at a unique prototype engine.

Hot Shot’s Secret Digital Marketing Manager Joshua Steinmetz said, “We are excited to launch this video series for the diesel community. We recognize that not everyone is familiar with diesel engines, so we wanted to educate them on how to protect and maximize their investment. With fewer opportunities to meet for face to face for training, more people are forced to learn online. The decision to make a high caliber video series that would help people learn how to care for their diesel vehicle made perfect sense. We use animation to help illustrate concepts and have focused on explaining complicated concepts in layman’s terms that anyone can understand.” 

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