Sept. 10: North Jersey Corvette Club to Hold Its 9th Annual Corvette & Open Car Show, Portion of Proceeds to Benefit Spectrum-360
Woodland Park, NJ, August 31, 2017 (Newswire.com) - The North Jersey Corvette Club invites the public and car enthusiasts to the 9th annual Corvette & Open Car Show on Sunday, September 10 from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. with a rain date of September 17. The show will be held at Legacy Castle, 600 Route 23 South in Pequannock, N.J. A portion of the proceeds from exhibitors and attendees will benefit Spectrum-360 (formerly the Children’s Institute for Autism) in Verona. The event is being sponsored by Schumacher Chevrolet Auto Group, with locations in Little Falls, Denville, Clifton and Livingston.
The Club’s judges will give out trophies to exhibitors based on cleanliness and overall appearance. The classes are for C1-C7 Corvettes with Best in Show for model years ranging from pre-1950 up to late models. There will also be trophies for Best in Show award for other vehicle makes and models, Dealers Choice and Car Club Participation. The exhibitor registration fee is $20 which covers the driver and one passenger. The spectator entrance fee is $3 and children under age 12 may attend for free.
We thank Schumacher Chevrolet Auto Group and the Schumacher-Tilton family for their support of our event, which will help us make a difference for the clients at Spectrum-360.
“We thank Schumacher Chevrolet Auto Group and the Schumacher-Tilton family for their support of our event, which will help us make a difference for the clients at Spectrum-360,” said George Faso, who runs the North Jersey Corvette Club, based in Woodland Park. “We’re looking forward to celebrating Corvettes and the great muscle cars of the past, seeing beautiful vintage automobiles and all the other cars being shown that day. It’s a lot of fun to get car enthusiasts and hobbyists together every year for this.”
For more details and registration information, visit www.northjerseycorvetteclub.com.
Source: Schumacher Chevrolet Auto Group