I’ve been coordinating the show since its inception. Why? Because this is what enthusiasts like myself need. My automotive roots began with my 2003 Subaru WRX (it was at the show) but it can be difficult to move through different automotive circles, especially those dominated by the more traditional classics.
I want the Future Collector Car Show to be a place where import and domestic fans can come together and talk in an environment where everyone is open-minded and accepting, no matter your generation or brand loyalty. After all, aren’t we all car people?
In the show’s fourth year, we focused on quality over quantity. We limited entries to 65 pre-approved cars.
But after more than 350 people said they were interested, I decided to open the Fan Favorite vote to every car in attendance — approved or not. Will this be the same for our next show? Maybe.
That’s the beauty of running our own show, one where we speak to participants and attendees alike. We can make changes and adapt the show each year to make it better and better.
And I can’t wait to show you what we have in store for 2020.