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Why we love what we do… at Carstyle

Carstyle stands out as more than just a hub for automotive enthusiasts; it’s a testament to the power of passion and the value of community support. The founders, known affectionately as Mitch and Alan, along with the Carstyle crew, have woven a narrative that transcends the typical boundaries of a car club, embedding themselves into the very fabric of their local community through acts of genuine support and solidarity.

At the heart of Carstyle’s ethos is a simple yet profound principle: the love for what they do. This isn’t about financial gain or superficial recognition but rather a deep-seated desire to bring people together, support local businesses, and share their passion for cars. Whether it’s a coffee shop opening or a new yogurt spot in town, the Carstyle crew makes it a point to be there, showcasing their sleek machines and, in turn, drawing attention to these local ventures. It’s a symbiotic relationship where everyone wins—the businesses get the spotlight, and Carstyle gets to do what they love in supporting the community.

One might wonder, “What’s in it for them?” The answer is simple yet profound: the joy of helping and the satisfaction of seeing small businesses thrive. Mitch and Alan emphasize that their involvement with local businesses, whether or not they’re part of the Carstyle crew, is about lending a hand and using their growing social media influence to shine a light on these establishments. From promoting a new milk tea place on Instagram to being recognized by fans and followers in public places like Underwood and Pacific Fair, it’s clear that Carstyle’s impact extends far beyond the car community.

This recognition in public spaces is both humbling and humorous for Mitch, who finds himself approached by fans in the most unexpected places—from Bunnings to mobile phone booths. These encounters underscore the genuine connection Carstyle has forged with people, not just as a car club but as a positive and recognizable presence in the community.

However, with recognition comes responsibility. Being in the public eye means that Mitch and Alan are constantly aware of their actions and their influence. It’s a role they embrace wholeheartedly, understanding that their visibility can be a force for good, inspiring others and fostering a sense of community.

Beyond their community efforts, Mitch and Alan have ventured into the world of podcasts, exploring this medium as a way to further connect with people and share their love for cars and community. Podcasts, they believe, offer a platform for authority and relevance, allowing them to engage in deeper conversations and share their experiences and insights with a broader audience.

In essence, Carstyle represents more than just a car club; it’s a movement. A movement that celebrates the joy of cars, the importance of community, and the power of helping others. Mitch and Alan’s approach—prioritizing genuine connections, support for local businesses, and the desire to inspire—highlights the multifaceted impact that passion can have when it’s shared openly and generously.

As Carstyle continues to navigate the roads of community support and car enthusiasm, their journey is a reminder that at the end of the day, it’s not about the accolades or the recognition but about the difference one can make by doing what they love. In a world where individual pursuits often overshadow collective well-being, Carstyle stands as a beacon of hope, proving that when passion and community come together, the possibilities are endless.

Other ways to listen to our Podcast:

❤️ iHeartRadio » https://ihr.fm/3VsB33J

🍎 APPLE PODCASTS » https://apple.co/4cu6PU0

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📦 Castbox » https://bit.ly/3IUuv6t

🎙️ Youtube Podcast » https://bit.ly/3PYAqvl

Alan Liewhttps://carstyle.au
Alan Liew is a content creator and the Page Editor at Carstyle.au. He is based in Brisbane, Australia, and is known for his passion for cars and expertise in the automotive industry. Alan is the co-founder of Carstyle Crew, which collaborates with influencers and brands in the automotive field, including Supercar Blondie and Seen Through Glass. Alan Liew creates captivating videos on platforms such as YouTube, TikTok, Instagram, and Facebook, showcasing his knowledge and love for cars. He has gained a significant following and has become a trusted source for car enthusiasts seeking the latest trends, innovative technology, and automotive lifestyle content. His role as the Page Editor at Carstyle.au involves curating engaging and informative content related to cars, lifestyle, culture, and technology.
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