In the weeks and months leading up the July 19-23 event, organizers created a series of promotional posts on social media with photos of classic Fiats and comics featuring Fiats from years past combined with catchy graphics and text.
These creations were the work of Cream City 500 Club founder and president Amado Rodriguez.
“I have a rich background in art and a passion for advertising/marketing,” Rodriguez said. “I created all the e-posters promoting the event and what I refer to as daily FIAT life.”
In one series of posts, Rodriguez used four generations of Fiat 500s for FreakOut ads:
Rodriguez also used scenes from Damien Callixte’s French comic “Margot,” featuring classic Fiat automobiles, and added text to promote the upcoming FreakOut:
“I love my town. I love my car. Both impact my life in different, but connected ways,” wrote Rodriguez. “The inspiration behind what I do is a genuine love of driving my 2013 Fiat 500 Abarth, ‘Sombrita.’ She is my second modern 500. My first being a 2012 Fiat 500 Pop, ‘La Fee Verte.’ My ‘Cento is just as crucial to my daily living as I believe the original city cars were in 1955 (Fiat 600) and 1957 (Nuova Fiat 500).”
For more information about the upcoming FreakOut, visit the Fiat Club America’s webpage.