We listened to you and made improvements
We’ve listened to car owners, vendors and guests and made some improvements to the 3rd Annual Car Show for Autism:
- We moved our car show from the heat of the day to dusk. We hope that the cooler afternoon weather in June will bring more people and make them hungry for the next improvement,
- The food trucks. Not too many food trucks, but a nice variety of cuisines and a nice balance between savory and sweet.
- The vendor alley and entertainment are in the middle of the field, so announcements can be heard easily and visiting the vendors and the cars is easy.
- Our playground is open to all children during the car show, in addition to children friendly vendors and games.
- The Touch-A-Truck is bigger and more easily accessible, in the main parking lot in front of our building. (See field layout nearby).
- We added a scavenger hunt game. Players get a ticket stamped by car owners and vendors and deposit it in a raffle for a chance to win $100 gift card to Carlucci’s Grill in Yardley (near Kohl’s)
- First 100 cars to register will receive a dash plaque.
- We plan to mow the lawn before the car show so the grass is trimmed.
- We thank Joe Schiavonni for his generosity, donating a rebuilt 1947 Shelby Militarized and Motorized bike (the like of which was used by our paratroopers in WWII).
- Finally, a word about the weather. It’s going to be perfect, so go on and sign up today.