Sunday Slacker Magazine

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Sunday Slacker is a magazine published by Gabriel Garcia covering what's happening in and around Las Vegas. The magazine is dedicated to car culture and its pages are filled with material covering events, car shows, custom builders, shops, artists, and the influential leaders who have built the culture from the ground up. Featuring antiques, classics, hot rods, customs, motorcycles, imports, lowriders, trucks, muscle cars, racing, motorsports and much more. Each edition covers the culture behind the cars including clothing, painters, artists, models, tattoos and music.


With its magazine Gabriel wants to help people in Las Vegas realize what the town has to offer when it comes to car shows, talented painters, builders, shops and artists. He felt that because of a lack of information too many people were missing local shows and gatherings. He was also tired of seeing people sending their cars out of state to get it worked on considering all of the talent existing in the city. The idea began when Gabe and his wife were kicking around a ton of names, a newspaper format, and a handful of events. The concept grew from that and into a full colored magazine.


Issues

Sunday Slacker Nov-Dec 09
Sunday Slacker 3


External Links

www.sundayslacker.com



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