Entrepreneur and philanthropist Sean Lee shares about his passion for cars and helping kids. Sean discusses what he learned from his close friendship with “Fast and Furious” actor Paul Walker, his own history of crashing cars and motorcycles, and his charitable work with the Purist Group. (Intro: Wired and Tired)
Sean Lee is a successful businessman who founded the Purist Group, which was formed by a common interest in all things automotive with a special focus on linking the community together for the common good. Having survived a rough childhood marred by physical abuse and gang involvement, Sean rose through the ranks at Air Tiger Express to become the company’s top global salesperson and a co-owner. After a brief period racing motorcycles competitively, Sean developed a passion for cars which led to him organizing a car show in 2011 where all attendees were asked to bring a toy to donate to children in need. Sean’s Winter Toy Drive now attracts more than 5,000 cars and 10,000 people, and the Purist Group has since expanded its charitable efforts to help the homeless through food and blanket drives, and to assist in the fight against autism through various car-themed fundraisers.