Friday, May 21, 2010

Divas For A Cure - Limited Edition Untouchable Bobber

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
CONTACT:
Milton Campis
Over The Limit Marketing & Production, LLC.
954-934-8337
Pr@OTLMP.com
www.OTLMP.com

Parkland, FL (May 19, 2010) - Custom Eyes Concepts, www.customeyesconcepts.com, based in College Point, NY, has released the recently completed 3D Recreation of a classic custom ride, for a special cause. CEC3D was commissioned by Jason McCudden of South Side Kustoms, www.south-side-kustoms.com, in Buffalo, NY to recreate one of SSK's production bike designs in stunning 3D for the "Divas For Cure Limited Edition Untouchable Bobber". The Untouchable bike is a softail Bobber being built for the REAL DIVAS RIDE For a Cure Organization.(www.divasforacure.org) Only 20 bikes will be built at a cost of $22,995.00. Each bobber will be numbered with a limited edition badge on the frame and a beautiful 6x3" enamel pink with gold trim ribbon on top of gas tank. $1,500.00 from the sale of every bike will be donated to DIVAS FOR A CURE and will go to Breast Cancer Research.

Headed by Bogdan "Bo" Asciu, Custom Eyes Concepts has created and designed such famous Promotional Corporate Custom Choppers as the Fremont Street Experience "Pitboss", to be unveiled later this year, and the Super Clubs "Spirit of Hedonism II" Custom Chopper now on tour. CEC3D helps companies, builders and buyers to Pre-Visualize and Pre-Build a virtual version of a custom concept and allows companies to take their idea to a new level of designing, beginning with the classic napkin sketch and developed digitally to the full glory of the completed custom ride. A company/builder can make several versions of an idea then develop and tweak the concept until the true vision is achieved. That vision can then be presented to a client as a completed design for their approval before ever starting to "bang metal". The design doesn't loose integrity but instead is a cost effective business decision that will benefit designers every time they use it.

Bo Asciu, owner and lead designer at CEC, has been a graphic artist for 20 years; well before the advent of the modern personal computer. When asked for his thoughts on this project he said, "We are extremely excited to be involved with such a worthy cause. I don't think there is a person out there that hasn't been touched by this terrible disease."

This is not the first collaborative effort between South Side Kustoms and Custom Eyes Concepts. Earlier this year Jason McCudden, owner and builder at SSK, collaborated with CEC on the "Valiant II Evolution". (www.customeyesconcepts.com/images/val2gal/index2.html). Their effort to bring affordable customs to the market has had heads turning within the industry. "This is the wave of the future, says Asciu, "The day of building bikes with the hopes of selling them is long gone. We can now design a bike and show a client the final product before we spend a dime on production. He added, "We don't just limit ourselves to the motorcycle industry. We can help with any product that a company is looking to bring to the masses."

For additional information on this project, its participants or for information on promoting your next project or event, please contact Milton Campis at Over The Limit Marketing & Production, LLC. www.OTLMP.com

--END--

1 comment:

  1. Wonderful Design Blogs, Such a great list. Thanks for sharing all these blogs all are very useful to every one

    Webdesign Belgium

    ReplyDelete