Vatterott College Hosts 11th Annual Car Show

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Open house with classic cars, music and food to benefit the Vatterott Scholarship Fund

Vatterott College Wichita
We continue to add experiences every year in order to truly make this an event the whole family will enjoy. There’s something for everyone.

Vatterott College will host its 11th Annual Car Show and Open House from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. on May 4 at the Wichita Campus, located at 8853 E. 37th Street. The event is open to the public and includes music, food and activities for the whole family. Admission is free, but attendees may make donations to benefit the Vatterott College Scholarship Fund.

This show typically draws the participation of about 150 classic cars. Cars displayed will be entered to win awards such as Most Unique, Students' Choice and many others. All classic and unique car owners are encouraged to join and no registration is required in advance.

Entertainment will include live music featuring performances from the musical group, The Banned. A variety of vendors also will be on hand offering jewelry, candles, face painting and plenty of food.

“We continue to add experiences every year in order to truly make this an event the whole family will enjoy. There’s something for everyone,” describes Mike Harris, Campus Director at the Vatterott College Wichita campus.

Donations are encouraged to support the Vatterott College Scholarship Fund, which issues annual competitive scholarships for students who demonstrate a financial need, have completed two phases, maintain at least a 90 percent attendance record and have a minimum 3.0 grade point average.

The event will be held at 8853 E. 37th Street N. in Wichita. For more information visit http://www.vatterott.edu/autoshow or call 316-247-0710.

About Vatterott College
Vatterott College has been dedicated to providing quality career training to students seeking the necessary skills to advance in their field since 1969. Vatterott, with its headquarters in St. Louis, Missouri, offers education in high-demand fields. Diploma, associate and bachelor degrees are offered in advanced trade industries and computer technology, with 25 locations, as well as an online division, across ten states. To learn more, please visit http://www.vatterott.edu.

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