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29th Annual Classics on the Green New Kent, VA*

imageClassic Automotive Events of Virginia, Inc., in conjunction with the Central Virginia British Car Club (CVBCC) is pleased to announce its 29th annual Classics on the GreenSports and Classic Car Show and Wine Festival. The show and wine festival will be held on Sunday, September 15, 2013, at the New Kent Winery, 8400 Old Church Road – just off Route I-64, Exit 211 – in New Kent, Virginia. The event opens to the public at 11:00 AM and will continue until 4:00 PM (rain or shine). The fun begins on Saturday, September 14th, with driving tours, sightseeing, shopping, and a dinner at the winery.
Last year’s event was a huge success with over 250 automobiles and motorcycles on the show field and many vendors offering unique food, goods, services, fine art and crafts. This year promises to be even more spectacular, with our second year on the new show field, several new vendors along with our vendors from past years, and many other activities for the family’s enjoyment. The Winery will feature a variety of exquisite Virginia wines from its own Winery and other Virginia Vineyards.
This year’s featured marque celebrates the heritage of Mercedes-Benz which will include a very special 50th anniversary display of the classic Pagoda SL. Attendees will also enjoy seeing a display commemorating the 50th anniversary of the introduction of the Porsche 911
Please join us with your family and friends for the 29th Annual Classics on the Green. Advance purchase admission to the car show and wine festival is $25.00 (advance purchase will be available through the COTG website). Admission for the car show only is $10.00 for adults (children 12 and under are free). A portion of the proceeds from the car show are donated to charity. Our charity again this year is the Richmond Fisher House at the McGuire Veterans Medical Center.
Additional information and ticket purchases will be available through the COTG website: www.classicsonthegreen.com Information about the New Kent Winery can be found at www.newkentwinery.com

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