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Hot cars, Hot Girls!

Today our Miss Happ girls made their way to Zwartkops Race track at 7am for one of the biggest Cars shows in South Africa, Cars in the Park.

We shared a "garage" with the guys from Garage Magazine which turned out really well and was very exciting as it was the launch of the first edition of the magazine, which, co-incidently also featured a fab full page Miss Happ advert as well as an editorial with our Miss Happ pinup, Miss Samantha Jane wearing of course, Miss Happ clothing & accessories (below)


Issue 1, Garage Custom Culture Magazine

Our table at the show looked great and Rienke did a fab job setting everything up and making it all look pretty..sales were encouraging which is always nice to see, especially as it was our FIRST time in Pretoria!

Hot rod photos by Roy Potterill

It was certainly a day of firsts, and Miss Happ was also mentioned in a great article on Black Light Studio (one of our Miss Happ Durban stockists) in the SM magazine of Sunday Tribune. Awesome times!


 Till next time!

 

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