Atlanta-Based Cars And Coffee Launches For The Benefit Of Children's Healthcare 2010
ATLANTA--Cars And CoffeeŽ, Inc. and Cars And CoffeeŽ For A Worthy Cause, Inc. a 501 (c) (3) IRS recognized organization based in Atlanta, Georgia have opened up their on-line VIP 2010 Registration For The Benefit Of Children’s Healthcare Of Atlanta.
The Original Cars And CoffeeŽ began in Atlanta at a local (Caribou) coffee house in Roswell, Georgia in May of 2001. It was created by Ron Rizzi who survived a brain tumor and difficult life circumstances to fulfill his vision of America's Cars And CoffeeŽ For The Benefit Of Worthy Causes. The original show is now hosted by Lanier Technical College for both the benefit of Children's Healthcare of Atlanta and the college Automotive Technology and Nursing curriculum scholarship fund.
All Atlanta Car and Coffee Lovers can easily become a Cars And CoffeeŽ VIP Children’s Supporter by entering their car, motorcycle, pickup or anything with wheels in our car cruise and show. The events are open to everyone and that includes weekend warrior vehicles, daily drivers, sports cars, hot rods, 4x4's, pickup trucks and of course show cars. Spectator entry is free and you can bring the family and the kids to see the vehicles. There will also be family entertainment for the children, music, food and vendors.
It's simple to participate in all of the Atlanta events at Lanier Technical College in Cumming. They take place every third Sunday and begin on Sunday April 18th continuing through December. Car Cruise and Show registration times begin at 9 am and the event continues until 4 pm that day.
Your Cars And CoffeeŽ VIP Children’s Healthcare Supporter registration fee of $35 includes a special edition Cars And CoffeeŽ Children's Healthcare embroidered hat and colorful special edition T-Shirt. Cars And CoffeeŽ Children’s Supporters will also receive a Commemorative 2010 Lanyard for season long admission to all of the Cars And CoffeeŽ Car Cruise Shows.
Our Atlanta VIP Children’s Healthcare Supporters will help us raise funds for Children's Healthcare of Atlanta through family and friends on behalf of their vehicle in the season long Sunday shows. Participants will also have a chance to win special recognition awards and prizes at the end of the season based on their commitment levels and support of Children's Healthcare.
For more information on how to become a Children’s Supporter please visit our websites at www.CarsAndCoffee.com and www.CarsAndCoffee.Us.
We sincerely appreciate the support of all Atlanta automobile, motorcycle and truck enthusiasts as they help in our community efforts. Please “stay tuned” for more information on exciting casual “Free” Cars And CoffeeŽ local events at many more locations throughout the Atlanta metropolitan area.
Our Original Cars And CoffeeŽ car show and cruise is a morning get together so Come as you are, but be sure to bring your car! …or motorcycle, or pick-up to Cars And CoffeeŽ Atlanta 2010. Hard to wake up? There will even be an award for “Loudest Pajamas” if you happen to have just fallen out of bed and are in need of a good cup of coffee!
We would also like to thank David Wilcox and Tom Simonson Management of Portland, Oregon for providing us with permission to use David's great "Rusty Old American Dream" as the Cars And CoffeeŽ For A Worthy Cause theme song! David can be heard singing "Rusty Old American Dream" when visiting our websites at www.CarsAndCoffee.com and www.CarsAndCoffee.Us.
For more information, locations, directions and details visit the Cars And CoffeeŽ main website at www.CarsAndCoffee.com. To join the America's Cars And CoffeeŽ social community, create your free homepage for you and your vehicle or just get involved visit www.CarsAndCoffee.Us.
Additional information about Cars And CoffeeŽ For A Worthy Cause, Inc. can be found at www.CarsAndCoffeeForAWorthyCause.org. Or contact Ron Rizzi directly by phone: 404-317-4106 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We sincerely thank you for your support of Cars And CoffeeŽ For The Benefit Of Children’s Healthcare 2010 at Lanier Technical College.