The Heights Car Show and lunch scheduled for April 4, 2020 has been canceled.
2020 Show Date:
Saturday, April 4th – 11am to 4pm
Location: The Heights Baptist Church – 201 West Renner Rd. Richardson, Texas (South West corner of Renner Rd. and 75)
On-Site Registration: 10:00am–1:00pm
57 Large Trophies in 24 Classes
Cost: $30 per car entry or 30 canned food items. Spectators are free.
Proceeds Benefiting: The Network Food Bank, of Richardson
The Heights Car Show is an annual charity event. All proceeds benefit the Network Food Bank.
Sponsored by: Park Place Dealerships & Hagerty Insurance Company
Classes: Pre-50’s; 50’s; 60’s; 70’s; 80’s; 90’s & Newer; Camaro; Mustang; Open; Corvette 1953 – 1982; Corvette 1984 & Newer; Exotic; Convertible; Pre-70’s Import; 70’s & Newer Import; Muscle Car Pre-80s; Muscle car 80s & newer; Truck Pre-70’s; Truck 70’s & Newer; Military; Mopar; Street Rod; 4-Wheel Drive, plus Best of Show, Car Club Participation and a Long Distance Award.
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Join us for lunch at the Car Show!
Saturday, April 4th – 11am to 12:15pm
Guest Speaker: Curt Swindoll
About Curt: Curt Swindoll is the President of Grafted Life Minis- tries, a nonprofit organization that supports churches relationally- centered, spiritual formation resources and professional counsel.
His career has spanned six industry sectors (Manufacturing, Technology, Banking, Nonprofit, Professional Services, and Energy), serving or con- sulting in functional areas as diverse as operations, sales and business development, marketing and brand- ing, IT and software development, fundraising, con- sulting and board development, strategic planning, finance, client service & support, and P/R and corpo- rate communications.
In 2000, Curt completed the Presidential/Key Exec- utive MBA program at the Graziadio School of Busi- ness and Management at Pepperdine University. He taught for several years as an adjunct professor in BI- OLA University’s Masters in Organizational Leader- ship program on nonprofit leadership and manage- ment issues. He regularly speaks and writes on busi- ness and leadership, and how our spiritual lives inte- grate in all of life.
Curt and his wife, Debbie, have been married for 39 years and reside in Plano, Texas.
Cost: $15 before March 25 | $20 at the door