Hong Kong, China, June 29, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- A survey conducted by National Retail Federations has shown that auto accessories have been enjoying a resurgence as fathers day gifts according to auto accessory site Autoyet.
The survey of 2011 National Retail Federations on 2011 Father’s Day sales revealed that approximately 593 million dollars has been spent on automotive accessories. It is 276 million dollars more than that in 2009 and 193 million dollars more than 400 million dollars spent in 2010.
The survey also suggested that online shopping for Father’s Day gifts had been capturing a larger and larger portion of the whole sales. Online shopping increased from 17.9% in 2009 to 22.1% this year.
Gerald Tsang, Public Relations Manager of auto accessories shop Autoyet, said more and more people were willing to choose automotives as Father’s Day gifts.
“Now one in eight people own cars,” said Mr. Tsang. “Automotive accessories certainly have held their ground as a great gift for fathers.”
According to Mr. Tsang, plenty of people had visited and shopped on the auto accessories shop Autoyet over the past few weeks.
“Hundreds of thousands of people flocked to Autoyet Father’s Day topic page to choose gifts for their fathers before Father’s Day,” said Mr. Tsang. “People preferred to choose gifts online since there are more choices available.”
Autoyet, located in Hong Kong, is an ecommerce car parts and accessories shop. With more than 3500 items across 80 categories, Autoyet offers auto parts and accessories all over the world with free shipping. All the products have gone through three standard quality control processes before shipping and a six month guarantee on all items on Autoyet.
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