Pure Car People
Founder and President / EMCEE
Brady Wright is a lifelong car guy with a background in broadcasting, advertising and marketing. He produced car and motorcycle shows and events in Washington for years, such as the Edmonds Classic Car Show, the Rod-A-Rama, the inaugural Seattle Seafair Classic Car Show as part of the gigantic Seafair celebration and the Torchlight parade, the Tumbleweed Run and many local benefit shows. He volunteered with the annual Infestation Rat Rod extravaganza. He is a member of the Steeds Car Club in Tacoma and a member of the Rat Bastards Car Club in Washington and has Chartered an Idaho chapter of that club. He has owned dozens of classic and hot rod cars and motorcycles and hasn’t gotten tired of them yet. His current build is a 1941 GMC rat rod ice cream truck.
Georgia Wright is a paralegal and AP/AR expert as well as a huge fan of fat fender cars. She has been a board member and officer of the Great Northwest H.O.G. organization (the oldest of its kind in Washington) and helped produce the Edmonds Classic Car Show as well as many events and shows. Her current project is a 1951 Hudson Pacemaker which she won in a raffle!
Toby is a Chevy guy through and through. In addition to a spotless '68 Chevy longbed pickup, he just acquired a '65 Impala. A lot of transportation for a guy who is the Transportation Manager for the regional hospital.
Art Show Curator/Raffle
Terry is a career rep for Federated Auto Parts and is one of the producers of the annual Father's Day Car Show at the Valley Real Life church in Spokane Valley. He has sold enough car parts over the years to fill several of the coulees in central Washington! Terry and his wife Bev name all their cars..as good car nuts do!
Scholarships/Technical College Advisory Board member
Jeni Cook is an award winning, internationally published photographer that specializes in classic vehicles and vintage styles. Jeni has always had a passion for sweet old cars & photography, so when the opportunity presented itself to combine the two, she jumped on it and hasn't looked back. In addition to her photography, she has hosted numerous local car shows & holds the annual Pinup Contest during Car d'Lane. Jeni has a heart for her community and can often be found volunteering with her Retro Dolls (Brand Ambassadors for her photography studio) at local charitable events.
Dan Cook has always had a love for old cars. You can often find him tinkering on his 1950 Dodge Coronet Club Coup or his 1965 Chevy C20. He enjoys meeting other car owners and hearing the history of their cars and how they came to be.
Dan's passion for classic cars and hot rods started with Hot Wheels as a child. He dreamt about owning a 50's or older coupe since he was 10 years old. The dream became reality after enlisting into the Army and buying his first Classic with his sign on bonus.