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A Memorable Memorial Weekend with Honda HR-V and Fit.

Troy Honda Hooks Us Up

The first shoot of the season was shot Saturday May 23rd. Vehicles were reviewed, snacks were eaten and, now, video is furiously being cut. All in all, it was a huge success.

But, first things first. VOC would like to extend a big THANK YOU to everyone who came out to our first shoot at Troy Honda. We had a great time and we hope you did, too. Your reviews will be up shortly. In the meantime, check out some of the pics we snapped throughout the day. Check out the rest of the story.

Casting Call

Focus Ambush Road Trip!

Yeah, it’s kind of a big thing

Our buddies at Ford are flipping us a 2016 Ford Focus Titanium with a manual for a couple of days. That means, we’ve got a bit more flexibility — and no Razor-wire wrapped back alleys for shooting. If you can drive a manual and you’re in MetDet, let us know and we might just bring the fun to you this weekend.