Grand Classics CBR
From the Chesapeake Bay Region of the Classic Car Club of America
The Chesapeake Bay Region is holding its own Grand Classic July 11-14, 2019 that has served us very well in the past: the Turf Valley Resort in Howard County, Maryland. Turf Valley is a full-service resort in Howard County, Maryland. Turf Valley is a full-service resort with your choice of restaurants, golf, tennis, a ladies' spa and swimming, all of which make it family oriented and child friendly.
Our Region has been exploring ways to continue to provide a consistent, high-quality and convenient environment to our current members as well as to expose potential members to our wonderful people and Classics. We are confident that our upcoming weekend of events accomplishes these goals. We need to put our Classics on pedestals and spread the word about the Classic Car Club of America. Following our very successful 2015 Grand Classic, this event will be a terrific combination of Classics, comradery and an enjoyable itinerary. An important benefit of again utilizing The Turf Valley Resort is that it provides an ideal combination of location (convenient to the majority members and guests), a staff experienced with the facility needs of Grand Classics and a welcoming and first-class environment of hospitality.
In addition to the Saturday show field, judging and evening gala, on Friday we will take a chartered vehicle to the world-renowned BHA Automobile Museum (with a vast collection of beautiful cars of all types tastefully displayed) and then travel on to an evening dinner at the famous Rusty Scupper Restaurant which overlooks Baltimore’s beautiful Inner Harbor. Additionally, the Chesapeake Bay Region is welcoming the National Board to the event and we look forward to showcasing our Club and getting to interact with them as they take part in our Grand Classic. We are proud to be able to offer this exceptional Club event and hope you will consider joining us for a most enjoyable time.
To download the event flyer with printable registration form, click here.
To register online for this event, click here.
To learn more about Grand Classics, click here to visit the Grand Classics section of our legacy site.