Two automotive aftermarket celebrities recently recorded promotional videos for the Automotive Aftermarket Charitable Foundation (AACF). Car designer Chip Foose, star of Overhaulin’, and Dennis Gage, star of My Classic Car, both recorded spots on behalf of AACF.
Click to watch the Chip Foose video.
Click to watch the Dennis Gage video.
“Chip and I proudly support and applaud the important work of the Automotive Aftermarket Charitable Foundation. We were happy to lend Chips voice to this worthy cause,” said Carson Lev, president of Redphin Productions, which represents Foose. “AACF provides resources, guidance, and financial support in times of illnesses and unexpected catastrophes to our friends and families in this great industry we love so much”
Gage added his thoughts as well.
”One of the great things about this industry is that it’s like an extended family, and we genuinely care about the people in it and want to help those when they need it most,” he said. The AACF provides a way to focus this good will and generosity to get resources to those when they have nowhere else to turn. They’re truly an inspiring group, and I was honored to help raise the awareness of the fantastic work they do.”
“The fact that these busy and popular celebrities would take the time to record these public service ads in their studios, shows the character of each man and the generous hearts that can be found in our industry,” said Joel Ayres, AACF executive director.
The videos will be used at AACF events and presentations, shown during industry events like AAPEX/SEMA, and made available for public consumption via the Foundation website at www.aacfi.org.
For more information, visit www.aacfi.org, or contact Ayers at 916-628-0271.