Totally Rad 80’s Road Rally combines pink haired CEOs, charity and the PCH
The creative team at Maverick Business Adventures organizes creative high octane ways for up and coming entrepreneurs and Million dollar a year Fortune 500 CEOs to get together for very unique networking opportunities and in some instances a chance to give back to charitable organizations while doing it. Back on the first of the month MBA organized a group of twenty different corporate big wigs to participate in the "Totally Rad 80’s Maverick Road Rally." They started off by having their hair dyed pink in recognition of cancer awareness month by students from hair care expert John Paul Mitchell’s school of all things styling related at the Marina Del Rey in sunny Southern California. Shortly after the group jumped in their high prices Italian exotics and continued up the Pacific coast highway, ending up in Napa Valley for a few sundowners.
Along the way the group stopped to pose for pictures with members of the Variety Boys & Girls Club of East L.A. From the looks of things, everyone who participated in the road rally had an absolute blast. After all who wouldn’t feel great after a day of driving along one of America’s most memorably thoroughfares while donating to charity and making important business decisions all at the same time. Maverick Business Adventures founder Yanik Silver’s “Mavericks” gave a total of $7,000 to Fran Drescher’s Cancer Shmancer foundation and another $8,000 to the Boys & Girls Club of America. The "Totally Rad 80’s Maverick Road Rally" was an absolute success and we are pretty sure that Yanik is already working on another high octane event for up and coming “Mavericks.”
More Photos after the jump.
DeLorean pic headline:
Pink-haired Maverick Business Adventures Founder Yanik Silver poses in a DeLorean with a girl from the Variety Boys & Girls Club of East LA, with a group of pink/80s haired-out CEOs in the background. Yanik and the group of Entrepreneurs had their hair dyed pink and gave $7,000 to Fran Drescher’s Cancer Shmancer and $8,000 to the Boys & Girls Club.
Boat pic headline:
A group of Maverick Business Adventures ’Mavericks’ pose at Marina Del Rey after having their hair styled by John Paul Mitchell’s hair stylist students. The group of entrepreneurs gave $7,000 to Fran Drescher’s Cancer Shmancer and $8,000 to the Variety Boys & Girls Club in Boyle Heights, East LA. After the event, the ’Mavericks’ drove exotic cars up to Napa on a road rally.
Big hair pic headline:
One of the CEO ’Mavericks’ from Maverick Business Adventures has his big hair dyed pink by hair stylist students from John Paul Mitchell’s school. Maverick Business Adventures gave $7,000 to Fran Drescher’s Cancer Shmancer and $8,000 to the Variety Boys & Girls Club in Boyle Heights, East LA. After the event at Marina Del Rey, the ’Mavericks’ drove exotic cars up to Napa on a road rally.
Source: Maverick Business Adventures