Cara’s Bio

Our team is full of quality team members! Keeping up with our tradition of introducing you to our awesome team at K and G Cycles; here is Cara Bosco. You’ll be chatting with her on Facebook and Twitter!

Name: Cara Marie Bosco

What positions do you play on the K and G team? I spend hours on Facebook and Twitter! I chat, tweet, post, and share product news and funny stuff. ; ) I also post updates on Google+ and our blogs. If you Like our page or comment on the blog, we’ll be chatting soon! We recently added a Pinterest page to the mix, so check that out too!

Where are you from? I’m from Plymouth, Michigan. It’s a beautiful little city west of Detroit in the burbs. I grew up on a non-working farm and had a ton of fun adventures there. More recently, I lived in East Lansing, Michigan where I attended Michigan State University.

Tell us a little bit about your family. I have a great family! My mom, dad and brother are in Michigan. I’m very close with my extended family, as well as my immediate family. I’m 100% Italian so that means we have some awesome family parties!

Favorite Quote: “Luck to me is something else: Hard work- and realizing what is opportunity and what isn’t.” -Lucille Ball

What are you most proud of accomplishing so far in your life? Graduating from college was a big deal! (It still is.) I graduated in 2011 with a degree in acting and psychology. I had to take classes year round to graduate on time with two majors. It wasn’t easy, but it was worth it!

What is your favorite place in the entire world? It’s a tie between Walloon Lake in northern Michigan and the little town in Italy where my grandfather lived, Pofi. I grew up going to Walloon Lake during the summer and winter months. We were always in the lake or hitting the slopes ! I was able to visit Pofi with my grandfather and mother several years ago and walked through the town in the mountains that my grandfather called home before he came to the United States. It was a surreal experience seeing the school that my gramps often ditched and having him point out all of the hiding spots he used to cut out of class early. I hope to go back to Pofi in the near future!

What is your favorite thing about K and G Cycles? I love that I get to learn so much about motorcycles and the people riding them! It’s great being able to communicate with motorcycle lovers on a daily basis through the very fun social mediums of Facebook, Twitter, and the blogs. There are almost 8,000 people that are fans of K and G Cycles on Facebook… I think that says a lot about a company. They are well-loved by their customers!