Rodrigo Terpins started up a career in business before he added off-road rally driving to his resume. He has been an active part of the retail industry in Brazil for many years and for the past decade he has also been establishing a career in off-road rally driving alongside his younger brother, Michel Terpins.
Up to date, on the business front, Rodrigo Terpins is a part of the Marisa Stores S. A., and he is working at the Control Block division. Earlier in his career, Rodrigo Terpins co-founded the business of the Brazilian Textile RetailAssociation also known as the ABEIM.
Other than business, Rodrigo Terpins is strongly involved in philanthropy and contributing to various causes. He has been working with the company Floresvale for a few years now a Partner. In his role, Rodrigo Terpins has committed a lot to the business and its efforts to create environmental and sustainable reforestation.
Rodrigo Terpins often drives on behalf of charitable organizations and to raise awareness and money for various causes. He says that he has the best off-road rally drives when he is doing it to help other and organizations. For more info you can visit terra.com
In business, Rodrigo Terins has taken strongly after his father, Jack Terpins who is also working in business and is a leader of a sports organization. Jack Terpins used to be a basketball player, playing professionally on a Brazilian team. He later started working at a sports organization striving to raise the quality of sports services for athletes. Now, Jack Terpins is leading a company.
The younger brother of Rodrigo Terins is also into off-road rally driving. For Michel Terpins, the sport is a passion and his calling in life. He is a huge fan of the Sertoes Rally and takes part in the off-road rally even almost every single year. Together with his older brother, the two make up the Bull Sertoes Rally Team and often take part in it together. You can checkout mundoraiam.com for more details.
Last year the team finished among the seven fastest and would have finished even higher if one of the cars had not experienced mild technical difficulties.