A BREATHTAKING DISPLAY OF AUTOMOBILES

April 21, 2017

On Saturday, May 6, 2017, at the Pinehurst Resort in Pinehurst, North Carolina, more than 300 of the most breathtaking automobiles will converge on the fairways of the iconic golf course for the Pinehurst Concours d’Elegance.

The fifth annual event has been produced and promoted by CSM Production since inception. A team of more than 25 plan and execute this growing affair “soup to nuts” which includes sponsorship sales, marketing and public relations, event planning, community engagement, event logistics, ticketing, audio and video, concert production and much more.

In addition, CSM manages the team of elite judges and entrant process.

The collector car showcase features 14 classes of automobiles ranging from American Classics Pre-War to American Sports/Muscle Cars Pre-1975. New for 2017 is the inclusion of Japanese Classics and Modern Super Cars.

While entrants are competing for the top prize of the day, Best of Show, the 2013 and 2016 Best of Show winners – 1938 Steyr 220 Glaser Roadster and 1928 Isotta Fraschini both owned by Peter Boyle - will be on display, defining what a winning automobile looks like.

A master at event entertainment, the Pinehurst Concours also will provide guests with a live performance by award-winning country artist, Sara Evans.

Tickets to this year’s Pinehurst Concours are currently $40 and increase to $50 on April 17 and may be purchased at https://www.pinehurstconcours.com/

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