Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Defensive Driving Photo Shoot

Models Needed For The Race Track

Yes ladies it’s time to get famous!

Galmatic is in dire need for new PR shots for magazines, PR Releases, articles, website and advertising.

So we have organised a fabulous day on the drag strip, to get you ladies finding the girl racer in you and to get you looking hot too! What a fabulous excuse to have your make up done, get onto the track and have some cool shots with your car!

What the day involves

- The full DSA/Galmatic Defensive Driving Course, which includes both theory and then practice in your car on the drag strip.
- Session with a makeup artist from Royal Blush Make Up Artistry
- Photo session with Stuart Leal Photography on the drag strip to be used by Galmatic and DSA for promotional reasons. You will be able to purchase photos for your own use too!
- Yummy lunch and snacks

Who we need

Gals of all ages with vintage cars and vintage looks
Gals of all ages with modern cars and eager to be in the limelight, dressed in casual clothes
5 Guys with modern cars

If you’re on your L’s that’s cool, one parent can come for free – remember to bring your logbook and get 6 hours signed off!

Saturday 3rd April (which is Easter Saturday) Full day starting at 9am – 5.30pm
Western Sydney International Drag strip – Eastern Creek

The day costs $150.00 per person – Usually $275.00 just for the Defensive Driving Course.
20 girls only, BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL – please book on line or call our Garage if you would like to chat more. Once you have made your booking we will call you with all the details, maps and to get a little information about your car and what to wear etc

Book Here http://www.galmatic.com/Workshops.aspx

Or call 02 9970 6677

Friday, March 5, 2010

Layne Beachley and Galmatic empowering Women

Everyone was excited about our film shoot yesterday. The fabulous crew from The Sydney Weekender came along to Bob Jane T-Mart at Taren Point to film one of our 'Know Your Car Workshops' for Women.

With 10 gals ready to get their hands greasy - we popped the bonnet and were under way.

The 2 hour workshop took 5 hours to film, but we had a ball - and i think the crew enjoyed some of the characters.

Layne Beachley was their to lend her support and we made sure that she drove away in the correct seating position!

The episode airs in May.

For now we are getting ready to lend a hand at the Beachley Surf Classic in April down at Dee Why Beach.