Go ahead, check under the hood
What you’ll discover is a fundraiser that’s in tune with it’s community. The Greenwood Car Show, with sponsor support and car entry fees, has generated more than $175,000 since 2009 for local nonprofits including the Greenwood Senior Center and the Last Resort Fire Department.
There are a range of sponsor packages geared to fit most every budget. Take a look and see if one is right for you. This is a great opportunity to put your business in front of tens of thousands of enthusiasts and spectators at the biggest car show in Seattle and one of the biggest in the Pacific Northwest. Your financial support will also help a variety of local services and nonprofits do that and much more, long after the last classic ride has gone home. Together, we’re helping a great community hum right along — while putting on a pretty good car show, too!
“The Greenwood Car Show is a great community event for Les Schwab to be involved in. Many new and old customers drop by to see us. And the Les Schwab Car Club has had classic cars there, which brought up good memories for people. The first time our store manager, Steve Jackson, came to the event, he was blown away by the huge number of vehicles and spectators. The car show is well worth our time and support.”
— Kevin Ochs, Assistant Manager, Les Schwab Tire (Ballard)
“I sponsor the Greenwood Car Show because it’s in my neighborhood. It brings a lot of people to Greenwood and raises money for the community. We’ve had a vendor booth selling food at the car show, and there’s a real energy and excitement that day with all the people who come to see the great cars.”
— Chuck Shin, Chuck’s Hop Shop (Seattle)
”We are so appreciative of the generosity of the Greenwood Knights. The funds raised from the Greenwood Car Show give the Senior Center much needed support, and is used for programs and social services including a daily lunch service, memory loss program and support groups. Their community spirit is evident at their incredibly successful car show and in the fact that it’s a community fundraiser.”
— Cecily Kaplan, Director, Greenwood Senior Center