Windermere Sponsors Classic Car Show Benefit
This year’s Great Autos of Yesteryear car club is being sponsored by Windermere Real Estate. The club’s annual benefit classic car show will be held in Palm Springs on Saturday, October 24th.
Bob DeVille, co-owner of Windermere Real Estate, here in the Coachella Valley says “We are thrilled to have the opportunity to support this event and help out three very deserving local charities. We realize the challenges of fundraising in these difficult times and it is always important for us to support the communities in which we do business and to give something back to them every chance we get.”

The three beneficiary organizations are Desert Outreach Foundation, Golden Rainbow Senior Center and the Desert AIDS Project. Each of these organizations fills a critical need here in the Coachella Valley and given recent state and federal budget cuts are in more need of support than at any time in their history.

This year’s event, the “Casual Concours” will be held at the Indian Canyons Golf Resort (South Course) on Saturday, October 24th from 10am until 4pm. Over 150 beautifully restored classic, exotic and special interest automobiles from all decades will be on display on the golf course greens.

This annual event has been held in different southland locations and the club is excited to bring the event to Palm Springs this year. General admission is only $10 and all the proceeds from this year’s show will go directly to the three beneficiary organizations.

The Indian Canyons Golf Resort is located two miles south of Downtown Palm Springs at 1097 E. Murray Canyon Drive. So mark the date and come out and enjoy a dazzling display of cars and support some very deserving causes. Food and beverages will be available at the show for purchase so come have lunch and make a day of it.

In case you didn’t know, the Great Autos of Yesteryear car club just celebrated it’s 25th anniversary and is Southern California’s premier gay and lesbian classic car club and one of the largest in the world. The club has over 1,100 members with over 300 members in the Coachella Valley area alone. The club’s members have approximately 3,600 collector cars.

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