Market Potential


In the early 1990’s The Leather and Vinyl Doctor branched off and left the competition who still today continues to service the plastic and vinyl repairs in the commercial vehicle industry. In the mean time The Leather and Vinyl Doctor developed and secured both in Australia and the US more lucrative markets and industries such as the furniture industry and the warranty company industry. Today with strong brand recognition, The Leather and Vinyl Doctor prides itself in servicing furniture stores, government offices, professional offices, and large medical facilities. That is the difference. Although we can and do vehicles, RV’s and boats etc…our model and system is designed to maximize your earnings and minimize your work load. Moreover, our model if followed will give you the ability to have your own shop and employ a team to help you reach your potential in this industry. Whether you want to keep your operation to a one man van or instead have a team of professionals managed by you, the choice is yours.


Here are a few examples


Residential: Furniture (will also includes apparel, and all recreational vehicles)

Health Care: Hospitals, Medical Centers, Nursing Homes, Chiropractors, Dental Clinics, Massage Centers, Paramedic Centers.

Commercial Companies: Furniture, Warranty, Disaster, Restoration, Interior Decorators, Professional Practices, Airports, Universities, Banks, Shopping Malls.

Hospitality: Restaurants, Cafes, Hotels, Bars, Entertainment Centers, Clubs.

Marine: Boat Dealers, Water Sport Dealers, Marinas

Strategic Alliances: Carpet Cleaners, Dry Cleaners, Upholstery Shops, Mechanics, Auto Accessory Installers, Home Services,

Clubs: Golf, Gymnasiums, Airplane, Car, Boat, etc…

High End Automotive: Car Lots (European Cars etc… RV Centers, Body Shops, Insurance Companies, Motorcycle and recreational Vehicle Dealers, Trucking Companies, Taxi Companies, Hire Car Companies, Auto Detailers, Bus Companies, School Buses.




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