About Us

Fly Meet Company

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Pictured above:  Hall School Staff & Students receiving a generous donation of school supply from Fly Meet Co.’s & Tranzcendent LLC Trunk or Treat Fundraiser 2015 (Bridgeport, Connecticut)

 Fly Meet began it’s journey through the countess efforts of a young gentleman who our founder, Christian Torres worked with as a counselor . The young gentleman, pushed and inspired for Christian to pursue his dream of doing a car show. What started out as a simple car show to raise funds and awareness for children & families effected by Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) turned into a movement to inspire others to make a difference in lives beyond their own.

 

What does the plane on our company’s logo signify: The plane signifies our motto: As always, STAY FLY. Staying fly is about being a believer that we all have the ability to soar above and be great at anything that you apply yourself to. Anything you do, Stay Fly doing it!

Who we are: Fly Meet Company is not just your average car-enthusiast group, all of our members are committed to be  involved in the community and are passionate about giving back to the community to make a difference and inspire others to do the same.

What we do: Our company strives to bring car enthusiasts of the automotive community together to make a lasting impact through our never ending efforts of helping our local communities, youth groups and other non-profits to promote positivity and a “Can-Do” attitude that will be passed down for generations to come.

Where do we intend on going with this idea: Fly Meet Company sees absolutely no limits on where we can extend a helping hand and we look to make it a global impact. With the goal to stretch across 7 continents and countless countries, we will continue to inspire others to Stay Fly.

Looking to get involved and make in impact in your local neighborhood…

Email us: FlyMeetCo@gmail.com 

Our question to you is “How do you Stay Fly  ? ” We want to know… What motivates you to keep going forward and stay at the constant elevation above all things that weigh you down..


Our Timeline of Accomplishments

  • 2014:

    •  “Cars & Planes” car show ranks “Top 10 Charity Car Show Fundraiser” for Autism Speaks New England Chapter and donates to The Kennedy Center’s Autism Project. 
  • 2015:

    • In conjunction with the Redline Restorations “The Warmup” at Rampage Skate Shop event brought together beautifully restored vehicles, skateboarders, bmx riders and car enthusiasts to announce “Fly Meet 2.0: Stance by the Sea” car show and fundraiser.
      • Proceeds from the car show were donated in the excess of $5,000 to Autism Speaks.
    • Fly Meet Company & Tranzcendent LLC host “Back to the Fly Meet: Trunk or Treat Edition” to provide a safe place in the historic downtown district of Bridgeport, Connecticut for the youth to enjoy trick or treating from car trunk to car trunk. Trunks decorated in all sorts of themes like Animal Kingdom to a full size truck from ACI DYNAMIX in a Transformers theme. Through the efforts of both groups, supporters, sponsors & participants; We donated school supplies to the students of a one hundred year old Elementary School in Bridgeport, Connecticut (Hall School: Home of the Soaring Eagles).
    • We also made an huge impact by donating much needed Cat & Dog food and toys to the local Animal Shelter.

This Year’s Mission

  • 2016

    • Our company will be working in conjunction with the Connecticut Air & Space Center with their mission of the restoration of the Curtiss Hangar.
    • It’s in our company’s best interest to persevere local aviation history and help in the efforts of building a museum to make a lasting impact to our community for generations to come.

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