It’s been a busy couple of weeks for Andrew and I. In the past 3 weeks we have been out at H2Oi in Maryland (yes, we still need to get those photos up), in Big Bear for Oktoberfest (coverage on that soon), up in NorCal doing some collaborative work with eGarage (which turned out amazing) and just flew back in from Texas for Wek’Fest.
A lot of people ask us, “what does it take to be a sponsor on Stance|Works?” The answer sounds simple enough: Be a manufacturer or fabricator and have a standard of not settling for the “status quo.” Not as easy as you would think. Today’s industries are made up of mindsets that insist on making “the quickest dollar at the lowest cost,” which would be fine, if quality wasn’t the variable that was sacrificed.
We’re always excited to share what we’re up to here at SW | California, so here’s the latest- Andrew’s SW project Mini Clubman, is now sitting on a new set of LMs, 17×8 and 17×9 with 205/40s.
We were eager to get out and enjoy the afternoon, as we’re loving being in California. It’s not too hard to find an excuse to stop working and do what we do best, but I suppose this was a pretty good one.
Now off to grill some burgers.
We have had a great couple of days with the fellas at eGarage shooting some amazing content for you guys. We really appreciate the opportunity to collaborate on such unique content and for eGarage willing to open their doors and grow our strategic partnership within the Stance|Works Syndicate. Big things ahead!
So we just got back into town from NorCal, to find that MINI USA included Andrew’s Clubman in their latest newsletter.
Speed. The feeling of time accelerating as force propels in motion your very being. A constant state of change as every sense in your body is heightened in anticipation of the next second that passes. Speed is something that is sought after like a drug, igniting dormant endorphins that create an unmatched visceral experience. When sought with respect, it can be euphoric; when abused, it can be detrimental.