(PRWEB) July 09, 2015
Everedy Square and Shab Row presents a showcase of sixty gorgeous cars during the 7th annual Frederick County Corvette Club car show. On Saturday, July 11th from noon-5pm, these classic American icons of beauty and power will be on display at various locations throughout the three-block shopping district.
The Frederick County Corvette Club was founded in 1989 with 10 members who were looking to enjoy a good meal and the collective love of their cars. More than twenty-five years later, the group has grown to more than 40 members whose passions have not changed – they still love their cars and fine food. Their motto, “No Trailer Queens”, expresses the opinion that the beautiful cars are meant to be driven, not kept covered in a garage. “This club was formed to enjoy the cars, driving them and showing them off. We get more of a thrill in joining up with 15 or 30 other ‘vettes and driving somewhere for lunch than winning a bunch of trophies,” explains club secretary, Dave Cole. But members’ passion does not stop with their cars. They also have a passion for the community, evidenced in the funds they have raised for local charities, including The Frederick Rescue Mission, Christmas Cash for Kids, Safe and Sane, and many others.
During this event, visitors are invited to view the cars placed throughout Everedy Square and Shab Row, and encouraged to chat with the cars’ owners. Visitors will have the opportunity to cast their vote to determine which Corvette will win the People’s Choice Award.
More than 20 awards will be given out, including awards for Corvette categories C1 - C7.
The Beggars Banquet Trio will perform on the patio of the Frederick Coffee Company from Noon-3pm.
Everedy Square and Shab Row features several eateries, including angelcakes, Asye, Frederick Coffee Company, Frederick Fudge and Ice Cream, Pistarro’s, and Shab Row Tea Emporium.
Everedy Square & Shab Row is conveniently located at the intersection of East and Church Streets in downtown Frederick. Plenty of free parking is available. For more information, visit http://www.EveredySquare.com or call 301-662-4140. For more information on the Frederick County Corvette Club, visit http://www.fccc.me.