RJ De Vera is Tricking it out with MTV and more

Friday, August 03, 2007

If you’re not a high performance/import tuning car fan you may not know this name - but RJ De Vera is one of the premiere names in the industry and is slowly becoming his own worldwide brand working with the likes of Microsoft, Pepsi, and Honda just to name a few - and coming back with MTV for a second season of the show Trick it out where import tuning shops/contestants are given 15,000 and 10 days to trick out out a car with the winners getting the fame - and the keys to both cars.

From Eagle One:

“RJ de Vera is a guy that wouldn’t even know what to do with a dull moment.

Jack-of-all-trades, and master of all best describes RJ, whose resume boasts accolades such as playing Danny Yamato in “The Fast and The Furious,” an MTV2 documentary-style show called “Life in the Fast Lane”, a hosting gig on MTV’s “Trick It Out”, writing and photographing for a variety of automotive magazines, designing his own Grease Monkey Outfitting Co. clothing line and signature shoe and developing the upscale RO_JA wheel line, to name just a few.

A pioneer of the tuner phenomenon since the age of 17, RJ specializes in creating ideas. He works with partners to aid in the conception, development, and marketing of various products, events, and projects. RJ also helps his partner companies understand the passion involved in the youth oriented tuning and racing industries. He was created projects and worked with such partners as Valvoline, Microsoft/XBOX, Pepsi Co., American Racing Wheels, Denso NA, American Honda, Unilever (AXE), BF Goodrich, and various entertainment properties.”

Businessman, spokesperson, even a little acting - learn more from his company bio on rojawheels.com