Classic car show revs up for its 50th year

April 19, 2013 by  

The Tri City Classic Car Show is celebrating its 50th anniversary at the end of this month.

The show is a joint venture of the Parkland Historical Society and two other local community organizations. It features a large number of classic cars on display and a parade, which begins in Tamarac, travels through Coral Springs, and ends in Parkland.

Over 50 cars are expected to take part in the parade, which will include elected officials. It should be a great opportunity for the public to view cars that might not have seen the light of day in over 40 years. There will also be children’s activities taking place during the day to keep the youngsters busy while the adults enjoy the timeless autos.

Each car costs $20 to register, and this includes a dash plaque and lunch. Cars will also be competing for trophies. Vendors will be displaying their products and services at the show, at which booths can be rented for $25. Many of the vendors will be coming from all over the tri-city area, including Coral Springs, and are likely to be using the services of local print companies to prepare. Vendors might wish to invest in a banner or sign to help draw attention to their booth.

The Tri City Classic Car Show will take place at the Parkland Equestrian Center on April 28 from 10:00 am – 3:00 pm. Admission is free and those who require more information can call Caitlin Crossin at 954-757-4120.

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