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Who wants to go to Hilton Head Concours D'Elegance


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I won tickets to HH Concours from Classic Motorsports recently. I'm going but the people around here that I've offered the trip to have to work that weekend, or are gonna be out of the country, out of the state or out of their mind. I'm going but I still have a general admission ticket for Saturday & Sunday (includes admission to Legends of the Autobahn, Aero Expo & After Party and tickets to the Patrons Lounge for Saturday and Sunday.


If one of you wants to go, tickets are on me.


There are different scenarios for this.


1. I mail you the tickets, you don't get a parking pass but I'd guess you can walk, Uber, or whatever to get there.

2.We meet somewhere near the Port Royal Golf Club and you ride with me to the parking area & we take the shuttle to the Concours.

3.I have a room at HI Express Bluffton for Friday & Saturday nite.  I'll leave eastern NC around 11-noon Friday & take I-95 to Bluffton. That should get me there around 6pm at the latest. If you want to share the room, that's possible.  If you want to ride with me, I could pick you up somewhere on I-95 on the way. I'll be driving a C8 Corvette,so if we ride together, don't pack a steamer trunk.  I'll be leaving Hilton Head no later than 4 pm Sunday to return home.


However we do this, tickets are gratis.  If you share my room, some help with that expense would be appreciated. I don't know where I'll eat Friday and Saturday night, but I intend to eat well.  If we're together, be prepared for that.


I'm past retirement age (nearly as old as Mike Self), and not one to stay out late and raise hell.  If you have to have the TV on in the room all the time, you'd not be a good person to share a room with me.  I think I'm fairly easy to get along with, although wife would contest that statement.


Wednesday before that weekend, I'll check weather forecast for the weekend.  If it's rotten, I'll cancel.  If I cancel, I could overnight you 2 tickets and a parking pass if you'd like.


I'll let this offer stand for a few days.  If more than one of you want to accept it, I'll put names in a hat and draw one.  

If you want to discuss further, the best way would probably be to email me at bobthomas18AThotmail or call or text me at twohundred fifty two, three hundred sixty three, thirteen, eighty-three.

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