Cars and crafts motor their way into Towson
September 16, 2012 by Mark
September in Towson ends with the 3rd annual Classic Car and Craft Show taking place at the Calvert Hall College High School’s parking lot. This event is free to attend and all proceeds will go towards the Calvert Hall College’s instrumental music program.
Anyone can register their classic pre-1987 car for $10 in advance or $15 at the gate. The first 100 cars registered will receive a dash plaque and awards, such as Best of Show, will be handed out beginning at 1:30 pm. In addition to classic cars, the show will also feature live jazz music, raffles, food concessions, and vendors. Vendors will represent a number of artists and local businesses. The type of items being sold will include Pampered Chef products, jewelry, embroidered items, handmade gifts, decorative house accessories, and baby items.
Towson printing companies were no doubt involved in the creation of the flyer advertising the event and asking car owners to take part in the show. The flyer contains all the necessary information about the event, it is extremely readable, and has enough graphical content to draw the eye of passers-by. Organizers of events like this tend to favor flyers, as they are quick and easy to distribute, as well as being relatively inexpensive if purchased in bulk.
The exciting show is set to be held on September 29 from 9:30 am – 2:00 pm but will be shifted back a day to September 30 if it rains.