ERON Samuels has high expectations for Mazda Link-Up scheduled for Boulevard Super Centre, off the Washington Boulevard in St Andrew, tonight at 8:30 pm.
"I hope to have a Mazda Owners Club by the end of the night," Samuels told Auto.
With the revival of the modified car scene, Samuels — a Mazda owner — is throwing his hat into the ring by trying to build a club similar to those that represent the more popular brands. The Mazda Link-Up is free to the public.
"We won't have structured activities, but it will have the party vibe."
The key element will be the bringing together of Mazda owners and suppliers of relevant services providing after-market performance support.
"There will be cars and parts on display to help the Mazda community," he said.
The event will not be exclusively Mazda, as several other major car clubs will be on hand to add their flavour.
"I invited Skunk Nation, 876-Civic, TRD Empire, and a few others as well," said Samuels.
Skunk Nation's Nick Lue confirmed they would be in attendance.
"We're showing up in full force with around 20 cars for display," Lue added.
Samuels explained that this is the first event he was hosting.
"Should it work out, I want build on it to make something even bigger," he said.