LA HABRA, CA (March 11, 2014) – Mike Brown, CEO and co-founder of ModBargains, a leading seller of automotive restyling accessories, has joined the Board of Directors for the Marconi Automotive Museum & Foundation for Kids.

 

The Marconi Automotive Museum & Foundation for Kids is a non-profit car museum located in Tustin, CA housing an impressive $30 million care collection that includes everything from American muscle cars to high performance streetcars such as Lamborghini’s, Porsche’s, and many Ferrari’s.  The Foundation donates a portion of its proceeds to a variety of children’s charities throughout Orange County, and hosts several fundraisers annually including its popular Fight Night held in March each year.

Mike Brown is a seasoned entrepreneur and recognized pioneer in the automotive and e-commerce space, recently receiving Congressional Recognition for helping modernize the aftermarket automotive parts industry via internet-based and social media technologies.   Mr. Brown is also just as passionate about giving back, supporting numerous charities and donating his time to help his local Orange County community.  

“It’s an honor and a privilege to be accepted as a board member of the Marconi Museum,” said Mike Brown, co-founder and CEO of Modbargains.  “I am sincerely humbled by the opportunity to contribute to the efforts of the museum and foundation for kids.”

 

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About ModBargains:  ModBargains is a leader in aftermarket parts and accessories, and is dedicated to sharing its Expertise, Experience, and Enthusiasm to make the world a better place for automotive enthusiasts.  Customers benefit from a greater range of products, reliable pricing, and unparalleled expertise offered through ModBargains Modification Experts. Learn more at www.ModBargains.com and onfacebook.com/ModBargains.

About Marconi Automotive Museum: Marconi Automotive Museum is located at 1302 Industrial Drive in Tustin, CA and is open Monday thru Friday from 9am until 4:30pm for self-guided tours.  Appointments can be arranged by calling: (714) 258-3001.   For more information about the museum visit: www.marconimuseum.org

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