‘CARS OF DREAMS’ EVENT TO
HOSPICE OF PALM BEACH COUNTY FOUNDATION
WHO: Hospice of South Beach County Foundation
WHAT: 4th Annual South East Rods & Customs
“Cars of Dreams Museum” Car & Truck Show
The hottest cars and trucks in Florida will be on display
for a day of family fun. Spectators will be amazed by the
vast selection of restored classics and new luxury cars
which compete for awards in the judged show.
Fans can enjoy the free show and will have a special
invitation to visit the private Cars of Dreams Museum,
housing one of the world’s greatest car collections. Rarely
open to the public, the museum displays 100 classic cars set
in a replica of 1950s Small Town USA. The day also features
raffles, 50/50 drawing, entertainment, food and beverages.
An exciting addition this year is a raffle
for a 1979 Pontiac Firebird
Trans Am. Tickets for the raffle are $20 each.
WHEN: Sunday, March 11 from 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. (Museum
doors close at 2:30 p.m., car raffle approx. 3:30 p.m.)
WHERE: Cars of Dreams Museum and adjacent lot US 1, just
south of Northlake Boulevard, North Palm Beach, FL
COST: Spectator admission to the car show is free. Admission
to the Cars of Dreams Museum is a $10 donation to Hospice of
Palm Beach County Foundation. Car pre-registration for the
show is $20 and includes 2 tickets to the museum. Day of
show registration is $25 per car.
CONTACT: For event information call Lauryn Barry at (561)
494-6884 or email
firstname.lastname@example.org . To register for the car show visit
WHY: 100% of the proceeds benefit Hospice of
Palm Beach County Foundation.
About Hospice of Palm Beach County
Hospice of Palm Beach County is the leading provider of
hospice care in our community. Since 1978, our expert staff
has cared for nearly 70,000 patients nearing end of life.
When a cure is no longer an option, we put the needs of
patients and families first - committed to doing whatever it
takes to provide compassionate care and ensure the highest
possible quality of life.
As a non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization, we care for all who
want and qualify for our services, regardless of ability to
pay. We offer the physical, emotional and spiritual care
that brings comfort and dignity to those with terminal
illness and their loved ones. Our multi-cultural staff
respects all religions and cultural traditions. For families
who need emotional support, we offer bereavement services
including individual and group counseling.