The Kaizen Tuning 2012 Season Opener and Facility Farewell will go down as a great event with a surprise car celebrity appearance from Nakai San of Rauh Welt made it certainly the event to beat of the year thus far.
Cars lined up early to get a premium spot every before I arrived an hour before the Open House was to “Open”, and it certainly made for an enjoyable time walking across the road finding out what had pulled in and going over and talking to people, all on a great Summer’s day. The event must have had at least 500 cars from all different walks of life and different parts of the world come through which made for certainly an interesting show.
The Kaizen crew were good to their word and provided a DJ, games, prizes, giveaways, and of course some of the “BADDEST” cars in New England! However don’t let me forget the grill that was going all day, mmmmm grill. One of the highlights for me was the “Kaizen Tuning GT5 Time Attack Challenge!” Where competitors were scored on time racing around the track for prizes.
All of the proceeds of the event went to benefit Guardian Angel Motorsports. Guardian Angel Motorsports mission is to use motorsports to raise public awareness and funds for children who suffer from severe illness or abuse and to provide monetary support to improve the quality of their lives. Which goes without saying is a very worthy cause indeed.
Kaizen Tuning is a company that was born out of the need for a true enthusiast workshop in the Northeast. Kaizen Tuning is operated and owned by car fanatics, and offers customer service for an enthusiast, by enthusiasts who live the car lifestyle. Kaizen Tuning was started so that we could bring improvement not only to the performance of our customer’s vehicles, but to the customer experience in the Northeast.
I just can’t wait for the “Open House” of the new facility later this summer!