Brembo, the little Italian company known for its performance brakes, can officially claim more than 100,000 fans on Facebook.
“Brembo has achieved success right across the web,” the company said. “News items and posts are published every day in at least 7 different languages, and the reaction from fans is unfailingly positive, with “likes” and comments indicating their appreciation for the information they find, and confirming the popularity of Brembo products.”
One of the automotive parts industry’s great success stories. Founded in 1961, it specializes in high-performance braking systems that today have become synonymous with sports cars. By now, having Brembo brakes serves as a watermark for performance on new cars as one of the best-known brands used in factory production.
Other names with similar recognition include Recaro, which makes racing seats often found in high-end sports cars or performance wheel manufacturer HRE. In its press release, Brembo bragged that the milestone gave it “absoute leader status” in social media among the automotive component manufacturer world. That isn’t really true, though. In fact, HRE embarrasses Brembo’s following with almost 300,000 fans.