Gypsy – Rachel “Bubblz” Feature

Story By: Josh “Mopar432″
Photography By: Jake “Simmonz”

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2014 Dodge Charger SXT
Rachel “Bubblz”

DFWLX is comprised of members all over North Texas that come together for a common passion: cars. Rachel “Bubblz” is no exception. Rachel and her husband, Kenny “KDog”, are from Burkburnett, which is on the other side of Wichita Falls, yet they consistently make the drive down for the monthly meet and greet. The family friendly atmosphere and the fellow DFWLX members are what drive Rachel’s dedication to make it down as much as possible.

Rachel’s husband had read an article in TX Monthly about DFWLX and it immediately sparked an interest. He kept talking about the club and all aspects of it, which made Rachel, want to join as well. Rachel has a 2014 Dodge Charger SXT with the only pink club decals on the front and back windows. The Charger is a staple in their family since her husband has a 2008 Charger and she used to have a 2011 Charger.

Our DFWLX members are recognized on the forum with different badges that can describe that person, present and past. Rachel has a military and public safety badge. She is also part of the DFWLX Race Team. She is constantly looking for new members by tagging cars in her hometown and Dallas whenever she is in town. The unexpected enjoyment of car shows and meetings has fueled her desire to spread the word of the DFWLX club.

If you know Rachel, you know that she likes to anonymously help others. She is dedicated to giving back to those who are less fortunate, without the recognition. This passion to give back is a huge aspect of the DFWLX beliefs. The members believe in giving back to their community and Rachel has been a staple of that since joining the club in March of 2013. She hopes that she is remembered for giving back while loving life and enjoying every day with family and friends. Rachel and “Gypsie”, her nickname for her 2014 Charger, have represented the club with dignity and class.

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