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Open House & Swap Meet hosted by Leith BMW

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Guest Anonymous

Anyone here going?

Tarheel Chapter BMW CCA

Open House & Swap Meet

hosted by Leith BMW

Date: Saturday, October 25

Time: 10:00 am to 2:00 pm

Location: Leith BMW 5601 Capital Boulevard Raleigh, NC

Chapter contact: Gilbert Reynolds (919) 233-1593

Leith BMW has again volunteered to host an Open House and Swap Meet at their exclusive BMW showroom, parts and service facilities from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm, Saturday, Oct. 25th. Planned activities include special clinics given by Leith BMW sales, service, parts, and technical staff. These 30 minute clinics will include facilities tours and highlights of a variety of programs, rebates and discounts available only to BMW CCA members.

New BMW models will be on display, as well as a number of certified preowned BMWs. Also there will be parts & accessory item specials in addition to the regular 10% BMW CCA member discount. Leith BMW will graciously provide lunch and tickets for valuable door prizes to all who register. Plus special BMW product sales, promotions, and door prizes directed toward children.

The Swap Meet is for BMW CCA members and family, and their guests. Children are especially welcome to attend (with proper adult supervision, of course).

There will also be a small BMW car coral available for members selling their personal BMWs. Due to the limited space available, commercial and non BMW related vendors are not invited to display at this event.

There will be a mini-concours for club member BMW’s. Shine up your latest ride and be prepared to show it off. Ray and Ken (Leith Service and Parts managers) are going to put on their special judge outfits and give appropriate recognition where it belongs. It should be a sight to see.

Please call Leith BMW at (919) 876-5444, ext. 312 to register. This will assure you of receiving your lunch & door prize tickets. Swap Meet sellers must RSVP to reserve display and car coral spaces.

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Guest Anonymous

Don't worry, I already think this will be an annual

event for THE 02 GROUP. Just can't beat driving

the Blue Ridge Parkway! Let me know how the

leith open house is.



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