Since opening its doors back in the year 2000, a lot has changed in the automotive industry and Extreme Dimensions has done well with the adjustments needed, in order to survive and thrive. From Hondas with lambo doors and under-glow lighting, to the wide-body luxury vehicles showing off their stance, aerodynamics has been a huge key to what is typically contributed to every build in creating the true customization for a personal touch. With the company’s success, they like to be able to give back to the community and to their loyal clients. With each Open House, they have done exactly that.
In its 9th Annual Charity Car Show, the charity of choice was the Ronald McDonald House of Charities. In previous years they have donated to: Fullerton Cares, Children’s Hospital of Orange County and Los Angeles, The Children’s Health Fund, and many others. As the event is free, it enables enthusiasts of all kind to be able to showcase their cars. This in turn brings a lot of spectators to purchase raffle tickets which all go to help the Charity of choice.
With each year that passes, the Open House Car Show gets bigger and better every year. Many Models have graced this event with their presence, and this year was no different. Extreme Dimensions brought out a new face to the automotive scene, but definitely not new to the modeling scene: Miss Tianna Gregory. With the huge following she has, we knew she wouldn’t disappoint. We also brought the heat with the R1 Ladies: Miss Brittani Paige and Erica Law, and as always, guarded by “Buff Daddy” Big Abe. R1 had a huge presence at the show; between the Projekt Car rides that came out all the way from Texas, 742 Marketing brought in their army of rides, and the several R1 Equipped rides throughout, we swarmed the event.
Stay tuned along the way for our #StoppingTheWorldTour to see where we go next!
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