These Organizations are Supporting Skilled Trade Education in the Car Community
Our partners are helping us bring more young people into the collector car industry and helping today’s craftspeople transfer their skills to a new generation. Together we’re creating career paths into the trades of auto restoration and serving the grassroots needs of the car enthusiast community.
Lime Rock Park
Opened in 1957, Lime Rock Park is a legendary American race track and a centerpiece of the automotive community. Regular events held feature car shows, racing, festivals, and more.
Canossa is the premiere automotive event producer in the world running more than 250 events every year, including the Cavallino Classic. It has quickly grown from its native Italian roots, expanding to reach car enthusiasts around the world.
The Cavallino Classic
The Cavallino Classic and its Concorso d’Eleganza is one of the premier Ferrari community events in the world. Their magazine’s 40 year long history has always been dedicated to the exclusive coverage of Ferarris.
Autostrada is a boutique automotive club and showroom, and the gathering spot for car enthusiasts of all kinds in Westport, Connecticut. The unique and stylized space serves as the perfect venue to hold parties, gatherings, and corporate events.
Created by David Lillywhite and Geoff Love, Magneto is the magazine for vintage car enthusiasts and one of the most prominent magazines in the car world.
Caffeine & Carburetors
Caffeine & Carburetors is a unique gathering of automotive enthusiasts that happens four times per year in New Canaan, Connecticut.
Marc Brunel Recruitment
Marc Brunel Recruitment is a recruitment agency dedicated to providing the best talent possible for the automotive and classic car industry. Their extensive industry experience and knowledge gives them the edge in providing personalized, quality services to both candidate and client.
Vintage Auto Posters
Vintage Auto Posters supplies collectors, world-wide, with the highest quality selection of authentic automotive posters. The vast inventory begins in the late 1890’s and runs through the 1960’s, featuring marque, event, and product advertising.
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Let’s Work Together To Serve the Car Community
Our Partner Program is a tax deductible way businesses can support skilled trade education for future collector car technicians and serve the grassroots needs of the car enthusiast community. The program is open to all organizations that want to support our mission and help create a sustainable future for the collector car industry.
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