July 9th is going to be a very busy day for Cars & Coffee worldwide, with the second edition of C&C Lugano in Switzerland, the sixth Meet and Drive of C&C Chile in Santiago and the very first event in Trinidad and Tobago! This will mark the start of the official Cars & Coffee activities in the archipelago. Rawle Murrell and Kevin Singh, have organized meet-ups and other super-car related events in the past but have now decided to join the official Cars & Coffee network.
Why did you decide to join the C&C network this year?
When we first came up with our idea for an event that brought together like minded enthusiasts in a relaxed, social setting, we knew that the concept of Cars and Coffee existed around the world. We did some online searches and found that C&C shared similar values to what we were trying to develop. One of our core values is mutual respect, so we both agreed that the proper thing would be to reach out to you guys and let you know what we were about, and what we were hoping to accomplish.
We’re very glad you came on board but tell us what made you decide to get in touch?
Well, C&C events stood out from the others in many ways starting from the professional manner in which C&C is run to everything from the way the site communicates with the public, to the way to how events are organized and executed. Style has a great importance, and it's the way to go to pay due respect to cars we love and all the enthusiasts that come to our events.
Now that you’ve had an inside look at C&C, how do you see the project and its developement?
We are very impressed with the C&C project and their unique interpretation of the concept. The global response has been amazing and we are very excited to be a part of it. We are going to have a great event this Sunday to celebrate our joining the family.