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Spring’s, just about Sprung; NY – PA – NJ Car Shows are FAST Approaching!

February 22, 2012 in Car Shows Tags: , , , , , , , , ,

For the vast majority of Motor Heads in the NY – PA – NJ region, gears are already shifting, awaiting Springs arrival with the kick off of the 2012 Car Show & Cruise-In Season!  Old Man Winter spared the vast majority of the North East when he arrived without his bag and baggage of white blankets, nor Wintery bite.  Now is the time to look forward to the warm months ahead after the Winter that was not!

I have been adding shows at record a pace to my expanded NY – PA Car Show Calendar now including NJ events and various National Events of interest:  http://holtononline.com/carshows.html
You will find hundreds of confirmed shows already posted for the region!

So if you happen to know of any other Automotive: Shows, Flea Markets, Swap Meets, Auctions, Cruise-Ins, Conventions or any type of Automotive display, free to reply below or send the information along to:  Don Holton  e-mail: topsdown@holtononline.com  or you may contact me directly through my site:  www.holtononline.com.  All comments are welcome and thanks for stopping by.


10 Responses to “Spring’s, just about Sprung; NY – PA – NJ Car Shows are FAST Approaching!”

  1. Kathy Says:

    So what is the first big car show this season that you will be attending?

    Will I see you at Upstate NY’s Spring Fever?

    Keep up the good work on these calendars, I don’t know what I would do without them.

  2. Don Holton Says:

    Hmmm great question, looks like the first “big” event I will be attending will be the Charlotte, NC – Charlotte Auto Fair April 19-22, 2012. http://www.charlotte-autofair.com/
    The AACA Southeastern Division National Meet will be held Saturday April 21 on the grounds of Charlotte Motor Speedway! Contact for the AACA event is Jay Ann Edmunds e-mail: jayanndmunds@aol.com or http://www.hnr-aaca.org/ or http://www.aaca.org.

    Well that is also a good question! I will either be attending the Upstate NY Thunderbird Club Spring Fever May 19-20, 2012 Watkins Glen event or the May 17-19, 2012 Reading, PA – AACA Eastern National Spring Meet hosted by AACA Ontelaunee Region http://www.aaca.org/.

    Thanks

    Don

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