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Krazy Paint at the 2015 Summit Racing I-X Center’s Piston Powered Auto-Rama!

Krazy Paint is the Charity Panel Jam for the Summit Racing I-X Center’s Piston Powered Auto-Rama in Cleveland, Ohio. With over one million square feet to hold over 1000 cars, they are the biggest indoor show in the world!

Dates for the next show are March 20 – 22, 2015, so make your plans NOW! Krazy Paint will be making some special announcements for this show soon so stop by again! Here’s the link to the show: www.pistonpowershow.com

What They’re Saying

They say ‘word of mouth’ is the best recommendation. We don’t know who ‘they’ are but we agree and are posting some of the kool comments we’ve received.

Alex Hamilton - “THANK YOU! Krazy Paint Krew, This was the best Panel Jam I have ever been to! I can’t wait to come back again next year. I had a great time and met a lot of really cool people. Thanks again.”

VonSassy Tombe - “Thank you, John Carollo and all you guys at Krazy Paint. I was so honored to be a part of your auction because of the cause, but also because Mark W HagstromDave Cooz CusimanoRyan Mohr and you, John, have some of the biggest hearts out there. You all have given me support and encouragement along with some great advice. I appreciate the fact that you would even take the time to give a rookie some tips! I also love reading the friendly and sometimes very funny banter between you guys. It always makes me smile and warms my heart to see the friendship you all have. Thank you so much for letting me be a part of that and helping me get involved! I’m looking forward to next year and painting up some more stuff for you…. Thank you for the kind words it means the world to me.”

Krazy Paint Creates Two New Awards!

We are putting the Charity Panel Jam World on Notice!

Your fave Charity Panel Jam gave out two, brand new awards for our painters that can only be found at Krazy Paint. Both of them were presented at the Krazy Paint Charity Panel Jam at the 2014 Summit Racing I-X Center’s Piston Powered Auto-Rama in Cleveland, Ohio, March 14-16, 2014!

The Mack Brush Boss Award went to the painter that sold the most pieces of art at Krazy Paint 2014 at the I-X Center. Jill Welsh won a Kool, Kustom-made Mack Brush Boss plaque and a Gift Certificate good for $100 of Mack Brush Company products.

But wait, there’s more!

The 1 Shot Hot Shot Award went to the painter who’s one single piece brought in the most money at Krazy Paint 2014 at the I-X Center. That winner was Ryan Mohr who received a Kool, Kustom-made 1 Shot Hot Shot plaque and $100 of 1 Shot Paint.

Rules:
These awards WILL be given out and EVERYONE participating at Krazy Paint is eligible. Your hosts, JC23, Old Skool, Fat Daddy and Cooz are also eligible so keep your Mack brushes smoking with 1 Shot! We are!

$100 worth of Mack Brush products and $100 worth of 1 Shot Paint will be doled out at Krazy Paint – the Charity Panel Jam that’s taking it to the next level! Be there or miss all the Kool stuff!

Cassandra Seth is our Auctioneer!

We are proud to announce Cassandra Seth, well known professional auctioneer and friend to the pinstriping community, has joined our family as the Auctioneer for Krazy Paint!

Cassandra brings her vast knowledge and impeccable integrity to any auction she holds and did a great job raising money for our charity; the Career and Technical School Foundation (CTFS). Friends of Cassandra are welcome to join us!

Meet Our Charity!

“The charity for Krazy Paint is the Career and Technical School Foundation (CTFS). The CTFS raises money to provide scholarships and buy supplies for Cuyahoga Valley Career Center (CVCC) students learning new careers such as art, construction and transportation to name a few. It’s a natural partnership as some students are in automotive programs including body and paint. In the future, CVCC students may be a part of Krazy Paint and will have the opportunity to paint and learn side by side with the artists.”

The above info was part of the first national coverage of Krazy Paint in HOTROD & RESTORATION MAGAZINE! How cool is that? They heard about us and wanted a story for the internet version of the magazine – Pics, too!

Here’s the link: www.hotrodandrestoration.com/e-news/21635/

Krazy Paint Generates Big Bucks for Charity

Summit Racing I-X Center Piston Powered Auto-Rama Presents Almost $13,000 to Career and Technical School Foundation!

The first year effort for the newest feature of the Summit Racing I-X Center Piston Powered Auto-Rama, the Krazy Paint Charity Panel Jam, generated big bucks for the show to present to a local foundation to help local kids. 

Krazy Paint, The Charity Panel Jam, gathered pinstripers and other automotive artists to paint items for sale and auction. In a time-honored pinstriper’s tradition, 100% of that money would go to a kid’s charity, The Career and Technical School Foundation.

The painters worked the entire three days of the show painting everything from purses to toilet seats, skateboards and even a brand new Soap Box Derby car. When their sales, auctions and even a new raffle were done, $12,883.50 was handed over to Steve Legerski to present to the Career and Technical School Foundation. Legerski said, “We are pleased to present this money to the Career and Technical School Foundation and we know they will use it to help kids with scholarships and supplies. It’s a natural fit. The charity is a local one helping local kids learn trades and become part of the Cleveland workforce. We’re going to shoot for raising that amount at next year’s show where even more painters are already planning on being here.”

Krazy Paint is a local organization, created by John Carollo and Ryan Mohr, two of four Cleveland area pinstripers that bring together artists to raise these funds. Mark Hagstrom and Dave Cusimano are the other two painters that make up Krazy Paint’s Kore Fore team. Over 40 painters came from neighboring states as well as Canada to participate and included BIG John Trombley, Matt Chooey Smith, Atomic Bob McElroy, Jill Welsh, Alex Hamilton, Dave Johnson, Keegan De France, Chris Stapley, Tanner Buckley, PJ Shoemaker, Shane Syx, Scott Menke, Scott Flickinger, Dag Wilson, Franklin Thompson, Tim Stachlewitz, Delmar Hess, Stephen Pealer, Stosh Pealer, Kathleen Harrigan, Casey Kennell, Stephen Borosky, Kayla Borosky, Jeremy Lockard, Damon Black, Chris Woytko, Guy Shively, Matthew Kertai, Kenn Houry, Fay Pavoda, Mark Hagstrom, Snowy Hagstrom, John Carollo, Donne Reese, Dave Cusimano, Linda Cusimano, Ryan Mohr and Goose Mohr. Even more art was received from artists from around the country who sent in painted panels, airbrushed T Shirts and more Kustom Kulture items. Kustom Kulture art is highly collectible and The IX Center’s Piston Powered Auto-Rama is the new place for collectors to purchase such art. Krazy Paint works solely on donations for items to paint, supplies and goodie bag gifts to say thank you to their painters.

The Career and Technical School Foundation is a 5013C organization that’s been raising funds to provide scholarships for the Cuyahoga Valley Career Center and others for 13 years. Students are learning new careers such as art, construction and transportation to name a few. It’s a natural partnership as some students are in automotive programs including body and paint. Volunteers from the Foundation also helped run Krazy paint.

Plans are already being readied for Krazy Paint in the 2015 show at the I-X Center for an even bigger and better display and collection of Kustom Kulture art.