People have come to experience the atmosphere and to learn how to start their own version of FNC. Ike, a good friend of Tommy Mendoza now has cruise nights in his own home town, of which La Raza, Blacks, Asians, and Whites are strong supporters. FNC is also always open to all races, clubs, and individuals, as unity and brotherhood among people is something that Tommy, Art, and Tommas strongly believe in. Fund-raisers, Toy Drives, Donation Events, and even dancing are all great ways for Tommy and the FNC to give back to the community. He is a big supporter of other car club happenings, too.
As I talked with Tommy Mendoza, the family and friends that jumped into our conversation represented true Lowrider unity in its finest form. It's not uncommon to see four generations of family at once at the FNC, including parents with children, grandparents with grandchildren and an occasional stroller out roaming the grounds. This outdoor cruise night/car show usually features 150 cars, making it an amazing experience for casual Lowrider enthusiasts as well as seasoned vets. Thanks to the efforts of Tom and Art Atoyan, two brothers who were kind enough to open their doors to the Lowrider Community, we have an amazing event to look forward to every week in the summer time!
So the next time the question comes up "What do we do this Friday night?," you already know the answer. Come on down to Sako's FNC for a great time, the festivities kick off at 5pm and end at 9:30pm. Sako's is located at 12000 East Slauson Avenue in Santa Fe Springs, California 90670, and you can call them at (562) 693-1138.