an FCA Sponsored Event...
Announcing an Italian car and motorcycle show to benefit The Children's Guild slated to return to the beautiful streetscape of Harbor East, Baltimore on September 27, 2009.
Last year we had participants from throughout the Mid-Atlantic: as far south as Richmond, north as northern NJ and near Lake Erie and west as the Pittsburgh suburbs. Most of our participants were from DC metro, Baltimore metro and north to Philadephia. Thank you one and all for your support! We truly enjoyed sharing the enthusiasm of the owners of Mid-Atlantic Ferraris, Maseratis, Lamborghinis, Alfa Romeos, and Fiats. Also on display were Moto Guzzi, Aprilia, Ducati and other Italian motorcycles.
You can see photos of last year’s event at our flickr site - www.flickr.com/photos/childrens_guild/
Auto registration and guest VIP Pit Passes include a continental breakfast provided by the MAC, a gourmet luncheon provided by Roy’s Hawaiian Fusion and more. Registration information is available on The Children’s Guild website www.childrensguild.org
As with last year, the ‘judging’ will be People’s Choice – not traditional Concours judging – we want everyone to come out to enjoy themselves. Not that we don’t appreciate the work that goes into showing the vehicles for display – trust me we do!
The committee is currently seeking sponsors for this event – if you are interested in making a charitable contribution with benefits, please contact me for further information. Last year Joe T. stepped up to this plea – he is coming back this year as our presenting sponsor – again, Thanks Mr. Tire!
Spectators are free – but we will graciously accept donations to benefit The Children’s Guild. Whether you are a Jr., Sr. or Senior citizen we are certain there will be something to fit the bill for your preferences with fun for the entire family! This will be a great time to take pictures of your dream exotic sports car or Italian motorcycle. This family-friendly festival atmosphere will be outdoors, rain or shine. There are plenty of indoor places with shops, restaurants and a movie theatre to duck into if the weather does not cooperate.
To learn more about The Children’s Guild, please visit their website: www.childrensguild.org