SVCTE Custom & Classic Car Show Looking to Showcase the Finest Classic, Collector and Vintage Automobiles
You are invited to join us for the 12th Annual Custom and Classic Car show on Friday, May 12, from 5 to 8:30 p.m. The Silicon Valley Career Technical Education car show has grown steadily in size each year with over 270 entries in 2015 (no show was held in 2016). This year, we hope to have more than 300 vehicles at our annual SkillsUSA fundraiser. Exhibitor passes are a $20 tax-deductible donation/fee per car, truck, motorcycle or bicycle in the SVCTE auto show. Pre-registration is not available. Exhibitors will pay at the gate on the night of the event. All proceeds go directly to support students competing in SkillsUSA competitions. This past February, 58 SVCTE students won regional medals and most qualify to advance to the state competition.
According to Silicon Valley CTE’s Auto Body instructor and event organizer, Robert McTaggart, more than 1,000 spectators attend the annual event each year. Spectators enjoy voting on their favorites in eight categories: best car, best motorcycle, best bike, best car under construction, best truck, best club participation, best engine, and the best paint job in the show.
Food and soft drinks will be available for purchase. Spectator admission to the car show is free, with limited parking. No pets, please.
SkillsUSA is a national organization serving high school and college students and professional members enrolled in training programs in technical, skilled, and service occupations, including health occupations in high schools and college/technical schools. SkillsUSA programs include local, state and national competitions in which students demonstrate occupational and leadership skills.
MetroED provides career technical education and adult education programs to over 2,600 students in Santa Clara County. MetroED’s programs include Silicon Valley Career Technical Education Center (SVCTE), formerly known as Central County Occupational Center (CCOC), and Silicon Valley Adult Education (SVAE), formerly known as the Metropolitan Adult Education Program (MAEP).
Have questions or want to sponsor this event? Contact Bob McTaggart at (408) 723-6563
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