MM Car show 2014! February 25 by Garrett
Each year we throw a charity spring car show to benefit a charity of our choice. This year I chose one that hit close to home, Bipolar Aware. Here is a short documentary of the family who founded the organization (they’re very close friends).
Past Car Show pictures! March 20 by Administrator
Some information on the show:
6 Classes: Euro, Import, Domestic, Motorcycle, Offroad, and Antique
All voting will be carried out by spectators and attendees. Winner of each class will win a photoshoot directly after the show. One of the sponsors, Steven Toyota, has a huge studio. We’ll snap some photos, you get to pick one to be printed off for your keeping and the rest will be given on a disc.
We also try to make this as fun as possible for people driving distances. This year we have a good amount of perks:
- A mobile Dyno (Sorry Subaru guys)
- Cornhole tournament
- Live DJ
- Free food
- Chinese raffles for service requests courtesy of Steven Toyota
- Articulation ramp
- Many more vendors to be lined up!
For further details please visit the Event thread here. We have a few more ideas of what we can do for the event in the works, so stay tuned! If you would like to see some of the past car show pictures keep scrolling down and check it out!
Current members and alumni, please spread these to forums, Facebook, Twitter, pigeon mail, and whatever else you use to spread around information!
If you’d like to donate before the car show or have any questions for us, please email us at email@example.com.
See you soon!
Here are some more pictures from Goodspeed:
Ariel Tour November 28 by Administrator
The semester is coming to a close, but we’ve already done some pretty nifty things. Ariel Atom, Auto-x, airstrip shenanigans, and we’ve seen club membership grow exponentially. The Ariel Tour in particular was something truly special; such speed from such simplicity. Here are few great pics taken by our resident photog, Goodspeed.
The last picture is so awesome… it cannot be contained.
This will be the first in a series of posts about things that we’ve done this past semester. Next semester will have more timely updates.