2018 14th Annual Cars for the Cure in Lake Mary Preview

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Information complied and written by Nathan Wertheimer

This is an annual event in Lake Mary which one can see high-end and classic vehicles on display at Colonial Town Park within the shopping district. This charitable event, hosted by the American Lung Association in Florida, promises to be like no other. Stop by this year on Saturday, February 10, 2018, from 11am – 4pm and check out these vehicles. Admission is free and open to the general public. This event helps raise money for the American Lung Association. Your donations are appreciated.

It is a quick drive from Downtown Orlando to Colonial TownPark in Lake Mary. Take Interstate 4 going east to County Road 46A (H.E. Thomas Jr. Park Way). Check your GPS for the best travel route to this event. When arriving to this event, look for parking signage. There is plenty of parking around this event. For additional parking is located at other area commercial properties. It is advised not to park in front of Publix Supermarket Store, which is reserved for their customers only. Illegally parked vehicles maybe towed at owners expense. It is suggested to arrive early to this event because the peak times will have heavy traffic in the area.

Once you arrive at this venue one will find many eye-catching vehicles lined up near the storefronts. Check out the Lamborghinis, Bugattis, Porsche, and Aston Martins are just a few of the over 150 cars that will line the streets of Colonial TownPark for the largest charitable car show in the Southeast United States. Central Florida’s 2017 Cars for the Cure will showcase an array of the most distinctive and unforgettable cars from around the world, with proceeds from the day long, family festival to benefit the American Lung Association in Central Florida.

This event is Free to the public, this all-day show is the auto enthusiast’s dream! Some of the most powerful and highly-tuned cars from around the world will be on display: international and American Customs, European exotics, high-power racers, muscle cars, custom bikes and more. The streets are lined with great shops, restaurants, attractions and a variety of sponsor booths. Many shops and restaurants will be open for business too. Make any donation to the American Lung Association to receive a wristband for free beer, wine, soda, and merchant perks all day.

If you would like to enter your vehicle into this car show there is a $75 registration fee. To registration please visit https://alase.ejoinme.org/MyEvents/FL30CarsfortheCureFY18/VehicleRegistration/tabid/887634/Default.aspx . Besides registering your vehicle, car show participants can also make a donation from $10 – $1,000. All vehicles will be judge at this car show.

If your unable to make to this car show please make a donation. Don’t forget to bring your camera. For car show photos tips please visit otownfun.wordpress.com/2017/04/11/photo-tip-series-photographing-car-shows/

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