Tickets make GREAT GIFTS for the enthusiast in your life!
- 1 Adidas performance polyester Sports Hat
- 1 17 oz Stainless Steel Concours d’Elegance Water Bottle
- 1 Tote Bag made from 100% recycled cotton fabric
2020 Collector of the Year Joseph Cassini, III
The Board of Directors is proud to name long-time friend Joseph Cassini, III, of West Orange, NJ as our 2020 Collector of the Year. Joe will be showing a selection of his award winning vehicles at our event on Sunday, July 26, 2020.
Pictured above and right: 1932 Stutz DV-32 Convertible Victoria; Joseph and Margie Cassini, III; West Orange, NJ
Congratulations to our 2019 Award Winners. Follow the link below for a complete list of all winners.
Pictured above: 1959 Ferrari 250 TDF Coupe, The Patterson Collection, Louisville, KY
Thank you to our 2019 Partners and Vendors. To see a full list of our 2019 vendors/partners follow the link below.
2020 Partner/Vendor opportunities are now available. For more information contact Rosalind Zukowski, 248.643.8645 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Taking you back to the 40th annual Concours with our 2018 Collectors of the Year – Sam and Emily Mann.
As an industrial designer and inventor by trade, Sam Mann is well known and respected in design, collecting and automotive circles around the world. A highly successful entrepreneur and inventor – he has in the neighborhood of 80 patents in his name – professional successes afforded him the opportunity to combine his interests in design and manufacturing with his love for the automobile. His collection today, celebrated as one of the world’s leading car collections, is a labor of love for both Sam and his wife of 45 years, Emily. That said, Sam and Emily’s appreciation for automobiles extends well beyond design. Genuine enthusiasts, they are fully immersed in the hobby, and core to their enjoyment is the incredible camaraderie offered by the collector car community, as well as using their cars as they were intended – on the open road. Together, they have participated in countless vintage car tours, driving on average 6,000 to 7,000 miles a year.