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As COVID-19 continues to spread across our communities, many healthcare professionals are working tirelessly to save lives around the clock. Companies and communities are coming together to find ways to assist those in need.
World Central Kitchen is a nonprofit organization founded in 2010 by José Andrés that provides hot meals to communities impacted by disasters – natural and man-made, all over the world. Their mission is to simply create smart solutions for hunger and poverty in a time of crisis and beyond.
In an effort to continue to empower and help others, World Central Kitchen has joined forces with Feed the Frontline in Los Angeles, a charity campaign that provides local hospital clinicians with hot meals during a time when many restaurants and businesses are closed. This campaign will help feed 450 hospital workers in ICU and ER units across 6 hospitals within Los Angeles areas.
Our partner, JP Logistics will be donating 10% of all net sales between now through April 30th and matching all donations up to $25,000 to support local restaurants and health care professionals.
We need to come together today more than ever as the strength and health of our healthcare workers is vital to keep our friends, family and loved ones alive. If you are interested in donating and supporting World Central Kitchen, please click here. To support Feed the Frontline, please click here. Let’s help each other get through these tough times and stay healthy and strong!
This past weekend O’Gara Coach Beverly Hills held our first O’Gara Driving Club event. Clients joined and practiced social distancing from the safety and comfort of their cars while supporting the community by benefitting Project Angel Food.
O’Gara Beverly Hills recognizes the challenging times that everyone is experiencing due to COVID-19. In an effort to support our community and give back, we are proud to announce our partnership benefiting Project Angel Food.
Project Angel Food was created by a group of compassionate volunteers who were concerned about our most fragile community members suffering in silence from malnutrition and the many other health problems. They prepare and deliver healthy meals to feed people impacted by serious illness, bringing comfort and hope every day.
At times like these, it is important to be united and support one another. Please join us in an effort to provide relief during the COVID-19 crisis impacting the community and globe. Make a difference by clicking here to donate. Share your support by spreading the word on social media and encourage others to do the same.
Are you looking forward to giving back? If so, we would love to know ways that you’ve been supporting the community and/or which charities you are donating to at this time.
As COVID-19 continues to spread across the globe, more countries are practicing social distancing, the Croatian capital, Zagreb, is unfortunately forced to face another disaster – a 5.4-magnitude earthquake. Home to Rimac Automobili, citizens are seeing the aftermath of the earthquake with buildings cracked and rooftops damaged.
The earthquake struck around 6am local time on Sunday (include exact date), causing widespread damage including wreckage of the rooftop of Zagreb’s famous cathedral and resulting in evacuations of hospitals. The prime minister, Andrej Plenković, shared that the earthquake was the biggest in Zagreb in the past 140 years.
Aftershocks continued for hours measuring to levels of a 3.7 magnitude. Interior Minister, Davor Bozinovic, said, “We are fighting two enemies at the moment. One is invisible and the other is unpredictable.”
As citizens are trying to grapple with the aftermath and ordered to stay home during these times, soldiers are wearing masks at the frontline in efforts to clear the rubble from the streets and help transport patients from damaged hospitals to new locations. We applaud and send gratitude to those serving and protecting.
Rimac Beverly Hills stands with the citizens of Zagreb and encourages the community to stay united and support one another during these times. We are grateful for our community and clients and hope for the safety and strong health of all.
Let us know how your community is staying together and supporting one another? Want to give back and support the community in Croatia? Click here. Want to finding ways to support our local community providing COVID-19 reliefs? Click here.
Automobile design. Something that was widely celebrated around the world during the mid century. Back then car companies took risks, made statements, and were’t afraid to make something beautiful. The years that followed saw fins disappear, hard lines softened, and inspiring shapes become almost non existent. Enter Sasha Selipanov, the rebel designer who’s name stands behind some of the most iconic cars to be released in the last decade. Someone who isn’t afraid to take risks, make a statement, or create something beautiful. And he just landed himself the role of lead designer at one of the most exciting car brands in the word, Koenigsegg Automotive.
Back in 2004 when graduating from art school and working for a major automaker, Sasha was inspired to do more. In his spare time he was designing modern interpretations of iconic cars from the 60s like the Ferrari 250 GTO. It wasn’t until 2010 that Sasha was able to work on something more stimulating than the everyday passenger cars he had been focusing on. He joined the Lamborghini Exterior design team in Sant’Agata, Italy to work on what would become an integral part of Lamborghini’s success, the Huracan. It went on to be one of the best selling cars in the companies history and elevated the brand in terms of design and quality.
In 2014 Sasha was appointed Head of Exterior Design at the crown jewel of the Volkswagen groups portfolio, Bugatti Automobiles. During his residence at Bugatti, Sasha played huge role in the design of the Vision Gran Turismo Concept, and the Chiron, the successor to the legendary Veyron.
He found himself in 2017 helping redesign the global language for the Genesis brand which based on the reception of the Essentia has a bright future.
It was finally in October of 2019 that Sahsa got the call he’s been waiting for, Christian Von Koenigsegg. His first task, help lead the design of the worlds first Mega GT car. The two door, four seater with 1700HP that a few months later would shock the world, the Gemera. The stats power numbers on the car more closely resemble a military aircraft than car. But that isn’t what makes the car what it is. It’s the design. It’s the car the world didn’t know it needed but can’t wait to see. The future of Koenigsegg is very exciting, and we know who to thank for it.
The Lamborghini Beverly Hills Showroom is officially open for business! Clients and influencers alike made their mark at the Grand Opening event where the radiant 2020 Huracan EVO was unveiled in Arancio Xanto, a color unique to the new model. The EVO possesses a 5.2-liter V10 engine and embodies the “evoluzione” of the Lamborghini brand. It roars with 640 horsepower and 442 pound-feet of torque, much like the Huracan Performante and races from 0-62 MPH in under three seconds…
The “Longtail” moniker was born more than two decades ago. It was conceived with a simple idea: create the purest version of a championship winning car. The McLaren F1 GTR “Longtail” was an evolution of the only car to ever win the 24 Hours of Le Mans in its first attempt. Add power while significantly reducing weight. Increase aerodynamic efficiency. Improve braking performance, shift speeds, mechanical grip. These engineering principles developed 20 years ago stay true to the current McLaren Longtail offering – the 600LT.