The Palo Alto Host Lions Club proudly announces the 47th Palo Alto Concours d'Elegance Annual Charity Event.
New Location…San Mateo County Event Center, San Mateo, CA
A great day of fun and entertainment for EVERYONE!
The Concours provides access to the past, present and ongoing evolution of the world of automotive history and innovation. Both present and future generations of car enthusiasts will be awed by the exhibition of rare, exotic and highly collectable automobiles from both the US and around the world.
As a result of the change in venue from Stanford Campus to the San Mateo Event Center, attendees can look forward to an expanded array of food, wine, beverages, exhibitors, vendors and entertainment. Also, spotlighted will be a wide range of rare, vintage and special interest cars • the "Corral" for car owners who just want to "show off" their cars • car club displays • prototypes • rare collector cars • Gallery of the Greats • high performance cars • multi-million dollar cars • new car dealer exhibits • Stanford Rev's Program display • high school auto shop car projects • cars for sale by owner • seminars and FREE exhibit tours will be conducted by docents' of the Blackhawk Museum.
This year's featured American Marque is Cadillac and the European Marque is Ferrari.
Date: Sunday, June 30, 2013
Time: 9:30 am to 4:30 pm
Place: San Mateo County Event Center, 2495 S. Delaware Street, San Mateo, CA 94403
Cost: General Admission tickets $25.00 in advance, $30.00 at the gate, under 16 free
when accompanied by an adult
Parking: FREE parking in Event Center parking lots
The Concours' featured charity is Jean Weingarten Peninsula Oral School for the Deaf in Redwood City
The Drive: Saturday, June 29th. For more information contact Barry Finkelstein – 510.882.2002 email@example.com
Charity Dinner: Friday night, June 28th at the University Club In Palo Alto. For more Information contact Joan Peterson - 650.743.1479 firstname.lastname@example.org
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Palo Alto Host Lions Club
The Palo Alto Host Lions Cllub is commited to its many charities and service work to the community. It has raised nearly $2,000,000 for its designated charities over the years and has become a Peninsula affair.