Jaguar of Annapolis is pleased to announce their inaugural sponsorship of the seventh annual St. Michael’s Concours d’Elegance . A sister event to the Concours d’ Elegance staged in Pebble Beach, California, the East Coast counter part will stage on The event is taking place on Sunday, September 29, 2013 at the Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Bay Golf Resort, Spa and Marina in Cambridge, Maryland.
The 2013 St. Michael’s Concours d’Elegance highlights award-winning motorcars, such as coach-built cars from 1900-1942 known as, the Golden Age of Motoring; sports cars from 1948-1963 recognized as, the post-war racing era; and new to this year event are wood bodied cars from dating to 1953.
“Jaguar Annapolis is thrilled to be the title car sponsor for this years event,” explained John Dunphy, General Manager at Jaguar- Land Rover Annapolis, furthering “this is a magnificent display of cars and we’re proud to have our Jaguars, both classic and modern showcased with some of the worlds finest.” Guests in attendance will have the opportunity to test drive [insert car(s)] ; allowing them to experience first hand the dedication and excellence that the Jaguar Brand has demonstrated for over 91 years.
Proceeds from the Concours d’Elegance will benefit the Mid-Shore Community Foundation, which provides grants to support charitable organizations to address the needs and improve lives of residents on the mid-shore. The foundation covers Kent, Queen Anne’s, Caroline, Talbot, and Dorchester counties.
“I cannot think of a more worthy cause than to assist the deserving residents on the mid-shore,” said George M. Walish, Jr., chairman and founder of the St. Michael’s Concours d’Elegance.
Tickets for the event maycan be purchased online at http://www.smcde.org/; Ranging from . General admission tickets cost $35 (General Admission) to $100 (VIP Package:, and there is a VIP package available for $100, which includes admission to the event, event a Concours program and VIP lunch). . A portion of the proceeds from the Concours d’Elegance will benefit the Mid-Shore Community Foundation (www.mscf.org), which provides grants to support charitable organizations to address the needs and improve lives of residents on Kent, Queen Anne’s, Caroline, Talbot, and Dorchester counties.