Category Archives: Community

Community | June 02 2014

WPC Museum again opens for annual charity car show

  Cars. Community. Chrysler museum. It’s a combination that drew more than 400 cars and about 2,500 people last year to the annual Chrysler Employee Motorsport Association Charity Car Show. This year, the 25th annual CEMA Charity Car Show is slated for Saturday, June 7, 9 a.m.-4 p.m., and could be even better. Of course,
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Community | February 26 2014

Mark Trostle: Fueling future car designers

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.
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Community | October 02 2013

More Than Just Pretty in Pink

Not only is it pretty, but the pink light radiating from Chrysler World Headquarters is serving a purpose. October is breast cancer awareness month and to help shine a light on the issue, the Chrysler Pentastar is awash with pink. The company is beginning a month-long campaign, not only to help promote breast cancer awareness,
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Community | September 26 2013

Chrysler Group Supports Detroit Design Festival

Detroit’s design community is vibrant, ground-breaking and growing beyond its traditional automotive roots. Helping drive that growth and generate greater exposure for new designers is the mission of the Detroit Creative Corridor Center. The Chrysler Group joined that effort with a prime sponsorship role for the 2013 Detroit Design Festival, five days of gallery shows,
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Community | September 19 2013

Fighting Hunger One Can at a Time

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
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