Meet The Team Behind
FabFarm is dedicated to meet our customers at the intersections of their passion and utility with simple but compelling products.
FAB FARM IS A COLLABORATIVE PARTNERSHIP OF THREE FRIENDS WHO ARE DEDICATED TO MAKING THE WORLD OF RACING AND MOTORSPORTS MORE “USER FRIENDLY” BY DESIGNING TOOLS AND PRODUCTS THAT MAKE SENSE WHILE HAVING FUN IN THE PROCESS.
THE FARM ALSO CONSISTS OF A FEW OTHER EXPERTS WHO BRING A WORLD OF EXPERTISE AND GOOD-THINKING TO THE CREATIVE PROCESS. THEY’RE NAMES ARE: MIKE MYERS, SCOTT KEARNEY AND NATE YOUNG.
FabFarm is incorporated as a limited liability company in the state of Michigan, headquartered in Holland, Michigan. FabFarm LLC shareholders are founders, Director of Operations, Martin Boysen, Director of Business Development Michael Boysen, Director of Product Development Dale Frye
Marty Boysen– All-around car nut and business developer, Marty Boysen, has owned and operated Alan Christian Motors, a unique boutique of high-energy exotic cars, prior to managing a successful five-state auto auction. Marty’s disciplined perception into the running of business operations has lead him to organize Fab Farm to help realize his dream of developing products that make sense for a constantly changing world.
Mike Boysen– Part engineer, part designer and all-around creative genius, Mike Boysen, has built everything from hot rods to houses, with a generous amount of ingenuity thrown into everything. Mike is capable of reducing our country’s dependency on fossil fuels with better technology, and a winning attitude. His glass is perpetually nine-tenths full because he knows things the rest of us don’t. And that is what makes him an invaluable member of any team, especially yours.
Bob Ashley- Product designer, illustrator, cartoonist and marketing guy, Bob Ashley, has created numerous award-winning products for the furniture and toy industries. Bob has also designed thousands of marketing tools to help companies growmarket share, illustrated for numerous national magazines, such as Car and Driver and Air Progress, and has guest lectured at dozens of colleges, high schools and middle schools on the science and evolution of design. Robert is known as a brand builder and proponent of good-sense marketing. He has also placed over 30 pieces of his fine art, dealing entirely of recycled materials, in companies such as: Delphi Corporation, Brooks Beverage, and General Pattern Corporation.
Industrial designer, Dale Frye, has an extensive background with Johnson Controls, Tierra Yachts and most recently as adjunct creative designer to numerous product driven companies. His thoughtful approach to the development of ideas has led to numerous awards for his innovation and design expertise. He has a passion for racing sprint cars, sailboats and about anything that moves. We’ve heard that he wants to design an aerodynamic suit so that he can walk faster.
Our Operating Principles:
At FabFarm, we hold dear to simple principles that express the core of our values. We believe both personal and corporate success will be achieved by safeguarding these principles.
- Integrity- In all things, we will act with integrity. Our customers, vendors, partners and competitors will count on us to act justly, always seeking equity with those whom we encounter.
- Service- We recognize that an attitude of service is foundational to our success. Service does not end with the customer alone. Service to team members, vendors, as well as our community, are essential ingredients to creating the corporate culture that brings honor to our God.
- Responsibility- We recognize that we have a responsibility to ourselves, our families, each other, and our community. As such we operate on conservative and sound fiscal principles.
- Creativity- We regard each obstacle as an opportunity to exercise our God-given ability to create and recreate ourselves, our product line and our company as the business climate evolves.
- Aspiration- Be a brand, people and culture that others desire to engage.