|By PR Newswire||
|August 15, 2014 08:08 AM EDT||
RALEIGH, N.C., Aug. 15, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- This weekend the monthly convention of car enthusiasts takes place, and Sir Walter Chevrolet will be right at the center of it.
The event, Cars & Coffee at the Raleigh Grande, will run from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. the morning of August 16, and will be held at the Raleigh Grande theatre, located at 4840 Grove Barton Road. The entire event is free, with the exception of refreshments made available by the Raleigh Grande Concessions. Sir Walter Chevrolet, one of the proud sponsors of the convention, will be present at the event. Residents of Raleigh and beyond are encouraged to attend as well.
Once a month, the theatre parking lot is converted into an expanded display featuring over 500 different vehicles from drivers and dealers all over. From classic cars to the most exotic, from hot rods to concept cars, and even featuring motor-sport and motorcycles, this event is the perfect show for car aficionados as well as Raleigh area residents looking to occupy their Saturday.
Also taking place during Cars & Coffee is something called a Car Blessing, put on by non-profit organization Wheels4Hope. The organization accepts vehicle donations and makes them affordable for low-wage earners. The Car Blessing is the event in which the new driver receives their vehicle, and this will be taking place during the event at the Raleigh Grande.
Sir Walter Chevrolet is very excited to be sponsoring this prestigious Raleigh event, and will surely have information about their inventory available for event-goers looking to purchase a new vehicle. Any questions before, during, or after the event can be directed to the Sir Walter Chevrolet team, reachable at 919-235-3604, or through their brand new website at www.sirwalter.com.
Media Contact: Caroline Birckhead, Sir Walter Chevrolet, 919-235-3604, [email protected]
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