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It's time for some Alfa fun, after a long humid summer- and our intrepid President and Vice-President have cooked up a treat to go with the arrival of cooler weather. We're invited to the Festival of Speed, with room for 20-30 Alfa's.
Here's a link to the Miami part of their site:
Festivals of Speed - Schedule for Miami, FL

President Naomi Sarasola and Vice-President Armando Paredes deserve a lot of credit for getting this going. It's a beautiful location and a big event, and a discount! We have to register in advance, via PayPal, mailing a check, or calling, but thanks to Naomi and Armando Alfa Club members enjoy 50% off the regular price- only $25.00. Where? Bayfront Park, Miami, in the heart of downtown facing Biscayne Bay. When? Sunday, November 15, and you have access to the Sunday events. If you want to go Saturday there are tickets available, but not included with the Sunday entrance.

You also have a choice, display only, or light judging strictly for fun.

I think once you get a look at the site, and the outstanding cars that will be there, you'll be on board- how about a Ferrari FXX Evolution, and an Aston Martin DBR9? This is a big deal in a perfect venue.

And, we're expecting two stars of our own- Don Dorra, President Emeritus and founder of the South Florida chapter will join us with his spider and possibly his 1967 Lotus Elan; and Marc Mosko, another former President and South Florida Alfa fanatic, are on the guest list.

So, let's get the fall off to a great start. Get your RSVP's in to Naomi or Armando so they can get you the discount.

For more information:

SFAROC President Naomi Sarasola- [email protected]

SFAROC Vice-President Armando Paredes- [email protected]

Festivals of Speed - and follow the prompts for Miami

Regards, hope to see you there, should be a top-notch event.

Michael H. Bartlett
Treasurer, South Florida Alfa Romeo Owners Club
1964 Giulia Spider
Keeper of the Email list
 

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