Island living never looked so good. The Garia Golf Car inspired by Mercedes-Benz Style is the materialized icon of a lifestyle that relays on premium design and high-end quality. It bridges the values of classic golf sport with the needs of the mobility of the future. Connected, aesthetic, supreme and electric, it looks sportier and more car-like than common golf carts. The headlights give a distinct and aggressive look while the golf ball structure makes the vehicle’s purpose clear. The vehicle is Bluetooth-enabled with integrated speakers. The digital central element is an onboard touchpad, allowing fingertip control of functions like drive mode selection, refrigerator and wipers. Occupants can also view an electronic scorecard online via smartphone connection. Best of all, it’s street legal and it can accelerate up to 43 mph in most parts of the world (restricted to just 25 mph in the U.S.); Garia.com.
Mark Stephens served his country for 21+ years in Army Special Operations. He now serves his fellow Nation’s Special Operations members and their families through Task Force Dagger Foundation, which is there for them when the government, the VA or other insurance isn’t.
The 2019 Key Biscayne Chamber Of Commerce Installation Dinner was sponsored by Baptist Health of South Florida and attended by some of the community’s most involved leaders.