Potomac Place’s Third Annual Charity Car Show: A Day of Classic Cars and Community Support

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Join car enthusiasts and families alike at Potomac Place’s Third Annual Charity Car Show, located at 2133 Montgomery Avenue in Woodbridge, VA. Taking place on Saturday, June 17, from 10 am to 1 pm, this event promises a day filled with classic cars, food, music, and fun—a perfect way to celebrate Father’s Day weekend.
The car show will feature a vehicle judging and trophy presentation, with the residents of Potomac Place taking on the important role of judges at 12 pm.
In addition to the car showcase, attendees can look forward to raffles and door prizes, adding an element of anticipation and the chance to win exciting gifts. Delicious food and lively music will create a vibrant atmosphere throughout the event.
Moreover, the Charity Car Show supports a worthy cause. Donations from will benefit “Project Mend-A-House,” a charity dedicated to providing home repairs and improvements for those in need. By participating in the car show, attendees can enjoy themselves while making a positive impact on the community.
To participate in the Car Show, interested individuals must register their vehicle entry at https://www.potomacplace.com/event-registration/   Registration deadline is June 14, and there is a $30 entry fee per vehicle. Participants are required to arrive at Potomac Place by 9 am to ensure a smooth and organized event.
The Third Annual Charity Car Show at Potomac Place is free and open to the public, making it a wonderful opportunity for families and car enthusiasts to come together and enjoy a memorable day. Don’t miss out on this fantastic event celebrating classic cars and supporting a meaningful cause.
For more information or to RSVP as a guest, please visit https://www.potomacplace.com/event-registration/ or contact Potomac Place at 703-494-3817.
Note: This event will adhere to all applicable health and safety guidelines to ensure a safe and enjoyable experience for all attendees.


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