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Art of the Automobile; A Lifestyle Event, returns to Downtown Daytona Beach in May 2012
In celebration of Automotive design ethic and its cultural lifestyle significance, Evans & Son Jewelers presents the 2nd Annual “Art of the Automobile; A Lifestyle Event", May 4th and May 5th, 2012.
Auto enthusiasts from around the world are invited to observe and join in on the fun throughout the weekend by attending many of the exciting events scheduled, including Classic Motorsport Tour on Friday May 4th beginning at 10:30 am starting at the News-Journal Center in Downtown Daytona Beach and cruises around beautiful Daytona Beach. Fuel up on Friday night at The Thunder Ball – a gala event featuring the coolest Hot Rods and Exotic Cars with live entertainment by The Razorbacks and our house DJ’s, a classic black and white films on a 25ft screen or enjoy a cocktails while overlooking the beautiful Halifax River. Rev up your engines and join fellow enthusiasts on Saturday, May 5th (after the car show) for the Saturday Night Cruise beginning at 7 pm from the La Playa to the Plaza on A1A in Daytona Beach.
For more information on the event, please contact Al Brewer at phone 386.522.5922, or email email@example.com.
Event and ticket information is available at http://artoftheautomobile.eventbrite.com/
About Evans & Son Jewelers
Evans & Son Jewelers, established in 1969, offers their customers a tremendous variety of jewelry, vintage timepieces, diamonds and gold, fine collectibles, and art objects. Their experienced and certified gemologist is happy to provide custom appraisals and repairs. Evans & Sons, located on beautiful Beach Street in Daytona Beach, Florida, is a preferred stop in Central Florida when searching for one-of-a-kind treasures that you will cherished for a lifetime.
About Downtown Daytona Beach
Once home to presidents and wealthy entrepreneurs, Downtown Daytona Beach is the core of this historic city. The district began with the founding in 1870 by Mathias Day.
Downtown's main promenade Beach Street, front part lined with over 50 shops and eateries. Every season fans fill up the stands to see Daytona Cubs play in the historic Jackie Robinson Stadium on the waterfront. Beach Street has museums, exhibits, outdoor festivals, water activities, nightclubs, cafes and Florida's oldest Saturday Farmer's Market. Anchoring the North Block of Beach Street is the new, multi-million dollar state-of-the-
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