Let me introduce you to a club that has been hitting the Northwest show scene for more than 20 years.
Sittin' Pretti is a group of minitruckers that strives to build clean vehicles, attend car shows, and throw their own show, Summer Slam, every year for the last 16 years. With many of their rides making the pages of magazines as features and receiving the cover of Mini Truckin' magazine, this one-chapter club shows the scene their dedication to this lifestyle and all those who positively contribute to the growth of our sport.
History of Club:
Sittin' Pretti is proud to celebrate their 20th year as a club this year. Through the last 20 years, they have been a strong influence in the Northwest show scene as well as being a positive part of their community by supporting groups like the Boys and Girls Club. Sittin' Pretti has also hosted Summer Slam for 16 of their 20 years, and if you haven't been to their show, then you need to drive, fly, hitchhike, or do whatever it takes to get there at least once and check it out for yourself.
How it all started:
Sittin' Pretti was founded in 1989 in Renton, WA. It began with six members looking to have one unified name to tour the Northwest show scene. These original members didn't stay around too long, and by 1991 the club went through some major restructuring. With a new logo and the commitment of members like Mike Leak, Glenn Estabaya, Ryan Wilt, Rob Shultz, and Ryan Anderson, Sittin' Pretti grew into the strong family-oriented club that you see today.
What does the future hold?
Sittin' Pretti will continue to grow strong and be around for many years to come. With their main goals being to continue to build amazing rides and host Summer Slam, we know that they have a bright future ahead.