Georgia Classic Cruisers sponsors car show
Georgia Classic Cruisers car club organizes the 16th Annual Southland Jubilee Car Show on Saturday, April 19, 2014 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Interested in attending or participating in classic car shows? Among this family-friendly festival comprised of children’s activities, arts and crafts vendors, agriculture and wildlife exhibits, live entertainment and your favorite festival foods, you will also find a classic car show. The car show has been a part of the Southland Jubilee since its inception fifteen years ago and the Georgia Classic Cruisers car club has sponsored it from the beginning, along with the Greensboro Better Hometown Program.
“The Southland Jubilee car show draws in a variety of cars and trucks, from classics to muscle cars, from the 1920s all the way up to modern sports cars,” said Ron Hazzard, president of Georgia Classic Cars. “But I would say many of the cars are from the 1960s and 70s and most of these are Chevys and Fords.”
The car show will feature as many as 150 antique, classic, muscle, hot rod and other special interest cars and trucks, stretching over four blocks in length within historic downtown Greensboro. Registered cars will also have the opportunity to win awards.
Over the last several years, GCC gives out between 50 and 55 awards each year. GCC typically has 80 to 85 entries. Depending on the model of the car and the model year, there are approximately 15 different categories for which a participant could qualify. All cars are judged by independent judges in five different areas of the vehicle, including the interior, exterior and engine.
For questions and information on how to register for the car show, please contact Ron Hazzard at (706) 467-9306 or email@example.com.
For more information regarding the festival, please visit www.southlandjubilee.com.
About Southland Jubilee
Southland Jubilee is a day-long heritage arts festival that takes place in the heart of historic downtown Greensboro. Southland Jubilee is produced by the Greensboro Better Hometown Program and the Greensboro Downtown Development Authority with support from the City of Greensboro. Since its beginning in 1998, this annual spring festival has been downtown Greensboro’s main community event and has developed the reputation across the region as a quality heritage arts and family festival. The festival’s goal is to attract people to the town with the hope that they will return to the community and future events.
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