Beginnings StanceNation founder Elvis Skender started out the same way most car enthusiasts do, growing up daydreaming with Hot Wheels and gazing longingly at car posters. “I don’t remember a time in my life where I didn’t find cars cool!” he laughs, and I’m sure many of you can relate. Elvis was introduced to the concept of stance back in 2007 when he stumbled upon an issue of VIPCAR magazine and fell in love. It didn’t take long for the gears to start turning and StanceNation was born just a year later — the people asked and Elvis provided. “I was hosting small car meets in shopping center parking lots and such. Things started getting too big, so I stopped the car meet stuff and eventually turned it into full-blown car shows.” Fast forward 10 years and StanceNation is an international hit, landing venues in some of the best car cities in the world. Last year they hosted two events in Japan (Nagasaki and Odaiba), and six in the US (NorCal, Florida, Texas, Vegas, Atlanta and SoCal). However, Elvis is ultimately concerned with quality rather than quantity and plans to drop a couple events in the US to add one overseas. “Hosting so many car… Read full this story
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