Nelson’s Auto Trim Supply has been a wholesale distributor to the marine and automotive industry for over 25 years. Founded in 1991 by Jerry Nelson, to fulfill his dream of being a business owner as well as a resource to the local upholstery shops and owners, whom he called friends. Throughout the years, he took a picture of every customer. We keep that photo album on the counter to honor the friends and family that helped make make his dream come true.

His love of the automotive industry was apparent when he and some friends started the Let’s Talk Cruise-In in the mid 1990’s. The Cruise-In still takes place every Thursday evening in High Point .

Jerry passed away in 2016, leaving the business to his son, Greg his wife, Michelle. Together, they are growing inventory and customer base to keep his dream alive and to support their three boys.

As the company continues to grow inventory, if there is a product you don’t see on the site, please don’t hesitate to call. We have arrangements with several manufacturers through out the United States to have it shipped. So, no matter what your needs, we have resources to deliver.


Greg Nelson

Greg is a native to High Point, NC. He grew up going to work with his dad, who then worked as an employee for a local wholesaler to the industry. He and his father both started there own businesses the same year. In addition to the trim shop, he is also the owner of Nelson Electric of the Triad. He loves to play golf with his son Luke, has a passion for hunting and enjoys watching football on Sundays. But, he especially enjoys watching his boys play baseball.

Michelle Nelson
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Michelle grew up in FL, and spent summers in NC. She loved it so much she decided to go to college in NC. After graduation she moved back to FL and worked in the Advertising Dept. at Florida Today, but quickly moved back to NC when she got a job at the Asheville Citizen Times. Though not a NC native, she has spent more years in the south than not, and has adapted into a Southerner. She hopes to use her work experience to help Greg grow the family businesses.