Concours in the Hills benefits Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Scottsdale

The second annual Concours in the Hills auto show to benefit the Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Scottsdale is scheduled for Feb. 7 at Fountain Park in Fountain Hills.

The inaugural 2014 Concours in the Hills raised $25,000. Organizers of the 2015 event are hoping to raise over $50,000. All proceeds from the 2015 event will once again be donated to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Scottsdale.

Concours in the Hills is not a formal “white glove” event, but rather a gathering of automobile enthusiasts in one of the most spectacular locations in the valley, on the green grass around the 560-foot fountain.

The event showcases a very diverse range of ultra-high performance, luxury, and classic vehicles from both imported and domestic manufacturers — ranging from million-dollar, 200 mph-plus cars such as Bugatti Veyron and Ferrari Enzo, to pre-war

Over 300 exhibitors are expected to participate in the 2015 event. Once again there will be awards for best domestic, best import, best of show and people’s choice.

Spectator admission and parking is free.

“I am thrilled that we have already received such immense support for our 2015 event,” said Peter Volny, event founder and organizer of Concours in the Hills.

“All four of the 2014 sponsors are returning and we have added at least a dozen more representing the leading car brands, and others. We have had enthusiastic support from the leading car clubs of Arizona representing Ferrari/Maserati, Lamborghini, Porsche, Jaguar, Mercedes-Benz, Corvette, Viper, Ford GT, DeTomaso, DeLorean, and others.”


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