Brad Copeland

Brad, our President, has been into cars all his life. You’ll find him on the counter on most days. With over 18 years of experience in the automotive industry you’re hard pressed to find a better match to help you with your build. Questions about a dream project? Brad is the expert that you need to talk to. Diversified excels at taking a bunch of parts and making sure they work well together, and that’s largely due to Brad’s expertise. The best part? If it doesn’t work, he’ll tell you, even if it doesn’t make  him money. Brad keeps our customers coming back for this reason. Stop in and see him.

contact: bcopeland@diversifiedcreations.com

Mike Copeland

With more than 25 years of experience at General Motors, Mike Copeland, our owner, brings a wealth of knowledge to Diversified.  Serving also as the Vice President of Lingenfelter Performance Engineering, he has also held numerous positions within GM, the latest as Project Manager for the GM Performance Division, which his responsibilities included the engineering and building of GM performance and show related vehicles.  These vehicles include the Hot Rod Magazine Solstice, Reggie Jackson’s LSX powered 69 Camaro and Popular Hot Rodding’s 1957 Chevy Project “X.”  Mike also supported the development of GMPP LSX and E-Rod programs. He has also written technical articles for top automotive performance magazines, such as Super Chevy and Diesel Power, and made appearances in numerous tv shows, such as Overhaulin’ and Roadkill.


contact: mcopeland@diversifiedcreations.com


Debbie Copeland

Debbie & Mike started Diversified Creations in 2004 to turn their passion for modifying cars and trucks into a career. Though she may not always be out front, she’s the grease that keeps the gears turning. Debbie can be found in the office on most days with her grandpup, Clementine. Stop by and say hi!


contact: dcopeland@diversifiedcreations.com

Our Crew

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From Left: J.Y., Debbie, Mike, Brad, Daryl, David, Gene  (+ Freiburger, Finnegan, General Mayhem (behind) ) Not Pictured: Gage

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