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Mark Trostle: Fueling future car designers
by Dale Jewett
February 26, 2014 8:00 AM
Mark Trostle's award-winning car sketch from the 1988 Autorama competition.
Mark Trostle has the career of his dreams, guiding the design of high-performance SRT vehicles, Mopar accessories and Motorsports for the Chrysler Group. His job takes him around the world, from glamorous auto shows to legendary races such as the 24 Hours of Le Mans.
But the most important car Trostle ever sketched was started and finished in one day, while he was a high school senior in suburban Detroit. That car, a wedge-shaped sports car...
Jeep® Community Unites in Rebuilding of 'Stomper'
October 4, 2013 10:51 AM
UPDATED 10/30/203: Bryan Hutton's Jeep Wrangler -- Stomper -- is done and ready for SEMA 2013
There’s something special about the communities that develop around our brands. There’s a strong sense of unity and of looking out for each other.
So, it’s no surprise that when the Jeep® Wrangler owned by Bryan Hutton was damaged during the May 20, 2013, EF-5 tornado that struck Moore, Okla., the Jeep community came through after learning about Hutton’s selfless acts that day.
'It's just what Oklahomans do'
Hutton and his 2½-year-old son were visiting family in Moore, Okla., when the tornado hit. (Hutton’s...
Chrysler Group Supports Detroit Design Festival
by Dale Jewett
September 26, 2013 10:39 AM
Fighting Hunger One Can at a Time
September 19, 2013 4:08 PM
Chrysler Group employees walked door-to-door in local neighborhoods. No, they weren’t selling vehicles; they were instead collecting food to help fight hunger in Metro Detroit.
“One in five people in Metro Detroit faces hunger on a daily basis. Even more startling is the fact that one in four of our children simply doesn’t know where their next meal will come from,” said Jody Trapasso, Vice President External Affairs – Chrysler Group LLC and President of The Chrysler Foundation. “It is our hope that by partnering with Gleaners, we can help eliminate this uncertainty for thousands of children and their families.”
Furniture Windfall For Charity From Future FIAT Studio
by Ralph Kisiel
August 28, 2013 2:08 PM
Tony Blake’s new FIAT dealership in Naperville, Ill., isn’t scheduled to open until early next year, but the dealer already is having an impact on this community in Chicago’s western suburbs.
Dealer Tony Blake (r) says Habitat for Humanity nearly filled its truck with donated office furniture
The building that will house the future FIAT dealership at 1540 West Ogden Ave., requires extensive renovations. Before launching into that work, Blake and Chrysler Group LLC invited Habitat for Humanity of DuPage County to come in last week and take whatever furniture they could use.