They’re made from fabric, calfskin and leather and will come in around a dozen styles. It was so organic.” Fish and Fraser first met more than two years ago when she worked at Wheelhouse Media.When they ran into each other at a photo shoot this spring they decided to act on their clutch idea.
I Wanna Date a Race Car Driver was a reality television show on Speed Channel.hosted by Scott Lasky, the format was similar to ABC's The Bachelor, although contestants competed for dates with racing stars, like NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series driver Jon Wood, and not for their hand in marriage.The show, which debuted in June 2004, was immediately panned by the network's viewers, who complained that the Fox Network-owned channel was sinking to a low level by caving into the reality dating shows that are so popular in the present day.The show disappeared from SPEED's lineup in late Summer of 2004, never to return.At the time, 20-year-old Bobcats dancer Jordan Fish didn’t know what this question meant.She was on the sidelines when she caught the eye of a NASCAR driver sitting courtside.
His friends tried to set the pair up, but she initially said no.
Kustom Klutch is a line of clutches, ranging from $55-$85, and 10 percent of each bag goes to a different charity.
Sorry, dudes — your hot date is actually just trying to sell us a car.
Ford pulled another commercial turned stunt by setting unsuspecting bachelors up on a blind date with an attractive woman, who also happened to be a professional stunt driver.
After chatting at a cafe, the couple take off in a new 2015 Ford Mustang and the woman lets the men know that she's not very experienced at driving a manual transmission.
Then, right when the first date banter reaches peak boredom, the driver dips off into an empty parking lot to take the dates for an unexpected thrill ride.