On 05, Mar 2018 | In Video Production | By Mada2018
Galpin Auto Sports “GAS” is an American automobile dealership and automobile repair shop located in Van Nuys which specializes in customizing and remodeling vehicles specifically for their drivers. The shop was founded in 1946 by Frank Galpin and later purchased by Bert Boeckmann. Galpin Auto Sports is the car garage featured on MTV’s Pimp My Ride hosted by Xzibit.
On 02, Mar 2018 | In Video Production | By Mada2018
IIDA is an association for the Commercial Interior Design profession with 13,000 Members in 33 Chapters around the world. Founded in 1995, the Southern California Chapter is one of the largest Chapters with over 800 members in Los Angeles, Orange County, San Diego, Santa Barbara, and the Inland Empire.
Galpin Motors, based in the San Fernando Valley since 1946, is a world-renowned, award-winning automotive enterprise. Owned and operated by Bert and Jane Boeckmann and their family, Galpin Motors is truly unique in its long history of community service, including the support of tens of thousands of educational, spiritual, cultural, charitable and political institutions and organizations throughout the world.
On 06, Jan 2018 | In Video Production | By Mada2018
Gumball 3000 is an Entertainment Group, founded in 1999 by British entrepreneur Maximillion Cooper, with its headquarters located in London, England. Cooper’s vision was to create an aspirational lifestyle brand that combined automobiles, art and popular culture.
On 05, Jan 2018 | In Video Production | By Mada2018
Bart Baker is an American entertainer, web-based comedian, video producer, singer and parody artist. He is best known for making parody videos of notable songs, which he posts on his YouTube channel. He was described as one of the most prolific makers of music parodies by Billboard.
On 02, Jan 2018 | In Video Production | By Mada2018
From Jaws to La La Land, California’s great composers and musicians have created the unforgettable movie and TV scores the whole world remembers. Thousands of California musicians’ jobs in the entertainment industry are being lured overseas by tax credits. These musicians create unparalleled educational and cultural equity for our state. By teaching on all levels, from nonprofits to top universities and conservatories, and by performing in concert halls, theaters and clubs—activities that rarely provide for a living—musicians give back to our community in countless ways.
On 06, Dec 2017 | In Video Production | By Mada2018
Sherman Oaks Chamber Street Fair started as a modest arts and crafts show in 1991 and grew to the largest event in the San Fernando Valley. The fair is a free celebration of Southern California’s heritage and culture with up to 100,000 people. Nine city blocks will be filled with two stages, food and drink, over 200 vendors and exhibits, carnival rides, a pet expo, classic cars, and more.