(PRWEB) October 24, 2012
Each week, thousands of car enthusiasts migrate to vacant parking lots and other level grounds simply to share their common enthusiasm for modified cars. Yet, some of them never get the word. That's because, until now, there's never been a website dedicated solely to helping these car crazies find or talk about the meets and events in their community. Instead, they've historically relied on weeding through jumbled pages of search results and unrelated discussions in car or club forums.
Greg Lokey, site owner and developer, seeks to change this with his site, saying “Meets and events bring enthusiasts of all kinds together. Yet, all of the forums out there are segregated by make, model, region, or group. This makes no sense for the folks looking for meets or the hosts trying to promote one. I’m bringing it all together to one site, one that all car enthusiasts can benefit from. Modmeets.com is the first and only user-driven website developed to address this need.”
Modmeets is free and open to all. They do not discriminate against any make or model. In doing so, they bravely take on the challenge of breaking the historic divide between the import and domestic car communities, all for the sake of event centralization and organization.
The site was created by a car meet fanatic, so of course users can find a meet or share a picture on the go. When visiting modmeets.com on a mobile device, the site automatically prompts users to download the free Forum Runner app from iTunes or Google Play. After install, just search for modmeets. This sweet little app allows enthusiasts to quickly browse and post to modmeets.com on a user-friendly mobile interface, upload attachments from the phone’s library, receive push notifications of private messages and subscriptions, view attached images, and more.
Starting off as just an online discussion forum to help the car junkies of Maryland get it together, modmeets.com has evolved into an integrated suite of web-based sharing tools. The site, which has recently grown to over 280 active members, is now equipped with a discussion forum covering every region of the United States, personalized blogs for meets, car “builds,” or groups, shared calendars, and more. Site visitors who are only looking to find and discuss events can sign up as registered users. Those members wanting more enhanced permissions, such as posting new event threads, blogging, and posting to the shared calendar, can choose to be supporting members through either an annual or bi-annual subscription.
Finally, a new website is here to provide modified car enthusiasts all the tools and centralization they need to find, organize, and discuss car meets and events. Whether it's a huge event or local club meet, modmeets.com strives for greater meet and event visibility by providing users a clean, focused site that provides enthusiasts no more than what they’re looking for – car meets.
To learn more, visit http://modmeets.com