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Our Ambassadors

Our Ambassadors help us to better showcase our professional-quality products. Every three months we open up applications for new Ambassadors to help continue to grow Olsa Tools. Applications for ambassadorships are open! We are accepting applications until March 30th, 2022.

Nick - 2JZ Addict

My name is Nick, and I’m a 2JZ Addict! I currently own and modify both a 1995 Toyota Supra and a 1995 Nissan Skyline GTR. When I was a kid, I’d always been interested in performance cars but never had an outlet or a direction for them. I joined the Marine Corps as an Airframes Mechanic, which is where I finally got into cars. I then met Ronnie and Kyle who both enjoyed modifying their cars and were more than willing to help me learn a lot about the LS platform and the 2JZ engine in general. Later that same year, I had the distinct pleasure of meeting Rich Homer at a local track in North Carolina back when he had his original white Supra. The moment I heard him make a pass, I knew I had to have one. I bought my very first MKIV Supra all the way back in 2006 and, many cars later, I haven’t let up on the dream.

My passion is building cars, and I’m grateful for the opportunity to share what I do with people via YouTube. It is so much fun engaging with people, helping them with their builds, and meeting them at events. My primary goal when filming content is to provide value to those that are watching my videos. That means that everything, from the parts chosen to the tools used, needs to be something I feel confident using on my own car and therefore confident recommending to others. The reason I chose to partner with Olsa Tools is that I believe they’ll provide a great option and exceptional value to any mechanic, whether you’ll be dropping a 2JZ into a C10 or LS swapping your mom’s old Volvo. I’m really excited to see where this goes, and I hope you all are too!

Micah - Pacific Northwest Tool

Hi, I’m Micah from pnwtool on Instagram. I am a tool enthusiast and have a passion for projects. I’ve been doing remodels and renovations for several years now. I have always enjoyed the challenge of a remodel and I get a lot of enjoyment out of seeing a project completed. Whether it’s taking down walls to open up a room or remodeling an entire kitchen, I’m always up to the task. I have a love for tools that some might call an obsession. I enjoy the challenge of finding the right tool for a job that will make it feel easy and sharing my finds with others. I’m also a fan of buying quality tools that I know will get the job done. Exploring different brands and products has quickly become a passion for me.

I started my Instagram account around 3 years ago. I wanted a platform where I could share projects that I was working on. I then started to use my page to share reviews on the different tools I would use on a daily basis. My favorite part of running my page is being able to help others better understand the tools they are using and collaborating with other pages of similar interest. I take pride in my page and being truthful about my options on the tools and products I use.

Along with construction, I also enjoy being a DIY mechanic. I belong to Bronco Off-Road Club where we get together and do overland trips. I’m always looking for new ways to upgrade. I’ve got a 1986 full-size Ford Bronco with a 300 straight 6 four-speed. I’ve done a 6 INCH suspension lift on it. Along with that, I’ve also changed the transmission, added 35’’ tires, a roof rack, onboard air compressor, and made several other upgrades.

When I’m not busy working on home and auto projects, I have my lovely wife and kids to keep me busy. Spending time with my family is the most important thing and as the kids get older, they have started working on some projects with me around the house.

I am very excited to join the OLSA team. I pride myself in using high-quality tools for every project that I am part of.

Scott Acres - Alberta Mechanic

Hello, my name is Scott Acres, aka Alberta Mechanic. I am a 38 year old Chrysler trained journeyman from Carp Ontario, Canada. I started in the trade in the late 90’s. 1998 to be exact. I was a co-op student at a Case Ih dealership in Carp, Ontario. This is where I learned the basics of my mechanical knowledge I have today. I was raised on a beef farm in just down the road from the Case dealership.

I was always twisting wrenches as a young adult. I would buy, repair and sell used atv’s and snowmobiles. I learned a lot at a young age. My father and uncle both had a lot to do with me getting into the trade. My dad (who passed away a few years ago) always had cool cars. My uncle ran the farm and always helped me learn mechanics by working on the farm equipment. In high school, I got a job at a local used car dealership where I started out as a lot attendant. I would move and wash cars. I was only there a few months when I moved up the ladder and started my apprenticeship.

I worked on everything from Chevrolet Cavaliers to Lamborghinis. I met my wife in 2006 and we had our son in 2008. We got married in 2010 and had our daughter in 2011. In 2008 the dealership made me a service manager at their Kingston, Ontario location. I worked for that dealership for 15 years before I moved on to work for Chrysler. I have since become a fully certified master Chrysler technician. Having my journeyman’s certificate, my family and I decided to look for better opportunities for our family. We saw that Alberta offered more for mechanics than Ontario so we packed up and moved west to better our family.

Want To Become An Ambassador?

Every three months we look for new ambassadors to partner with. If selected you'll receive free productpaid compensation and insider access into the day to day of Olsa Tools' operations! Applications for ambassadorships are open! We are accepting applications until March 30th, 2022.