Mission Valley ROP Presents the 16th Annual WHS Car Show

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Date:  May 3, 2019

 

FREMONT, CA- If plans for this weekend are still up in the air, we recommend for all to grab their sunglasses and get ready to take in an impressive display of trophy-winning classic cars, bikes, and hot-rods for the MVROP 16th Annual WHS Car Show this Saturday, May 4th. The event, coordinated by students with the guidance of MVROP Instructor, Doug Nahale, is the highlight of the year for auto lovers. For months, students dedicate countless hours towards securing event sponsorships, raffle donations, entertainment, advertising, and support from car clubs throughout the Bay Area.

 The show creates a fun environment for all. Its success and popularity are fueled by not only a tight-knit community of car lovers, but also the desire to support the community via the canned food drive taking place during the event. Students encourage those who attend this Saturday to bring canned good donations, which will benefit the Tri-City Volunteers.

If you are interested in entering your vehicle to compete in the show, there is still time. Those wanting to enter the show should contact Doug Nahale at 510.505.7300 x 67361. Registration begins at 6:30 a.m. Proceeds from the event will go towards equipment for the Automotive Technology Program. All participants in the show compete for bragging rights and the coveted event trophy.

 

Event Details

Event:                          Washington High School 16th                                            Annual Car Show

Date:                            Saturday, May 4, 2019

Time:                            8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

Location:                       Washington High School

                                    38442 Fremont Boulevard, Fremont, CA

Website:                        www.mvrop.org

Phone:                           510.505.7300 x 67361

 

About Mission Valley ROP

Mission Valley ROP (MVROP) is the regional occupational program for the Tri-City area.  Established in 1969, MVROP has been instrumental in preparing students for successful business, medical, and technical careers.  Through a partnership with Fremont, New Haven, and Newark Unified School Districts, Career Technical Education is provided to nearly 5,000 students (high school and adult) each year. For the latest news and information about MVROP, visit us on the web at www.mvrop.org.

 

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