It’s always been a dream of mine to own my own business and to create something that I can proudly put my stamp on. Life has it’s funny ways of keeping you on your toes and reminding you that life is extremely short. I started Wildhammer a year after my wife passed away at the age of 27. It caused me to re-evaluate my life and what I wanted to do for the rest of it. The automotive parts industry has always ran in my blood, from my father that’s been working at GM dealerships since he was 16 to my brother that currently works for Borg Warner. My ultimate goal for Wildhammer is to deliver a quality product to the consumer and back it by unmatched customer service. I want customers to be proud to represent the products that we offer and be able to tell stories about how they’ve had such a wonderful experience with us. I dedicate this business to my wife
"I've learned over the past years what it really means to be able to miss someone. In order to miss someone, that means you were privileged enough to have them in your life to begin with. While 10 years doesn't seem like near enough time to have spent with you over the course of a lifetime, it's still ten more years than the people that never knew you at all, so if I look at it that way ... I'm pretty damn lucky."
Gabby Rominski 5/31/1990-11/26/2016