Please allow me to thank all of the respectful enthusiasts that traveled from all corners of our region [and even from our backyard to overseas] to celebrate our community and to honor the Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund. Thank you to the clubs and the small groups that rallied the troops and to the individuals that participated. According to Greenberg Gibbons Commercial – the management team for Hunt Valley Towne Centre - over 3000 automobiles and over 6000 enthusiasts gathered. That’s a serious celebration! Thank you for being part of the Hunt Valley Horsepower family.
Thank you to the volunteers that woke up well before dawn to travel to Hunt Valley and offer their time. As an event team, we faced glorious moments and a set of challenges. Your energy and commitment goes unnoticed in times of efficiency and may draw some attention in the face of adversity. You accepted the challenge and faced pressure with composure and honor. Your lives are now open to free HVHP shirts, hats, decals and endless honorable proclamations.
Thank you to the community’s esteemed sponsors that traveled from Owings Mills, Westminster, Bryn Mawr, Forest Hill and points in between. Your commitment to Hunt Valley Horsepower’s path cannot be understated. Here they are: NAPA Auto Parts, Priority One Automotive Group, Len Stoler Auto Group, Diamond Exchange, Algar Ferrari of Philadelphia, CARCHEX, The Shine Shop, PSA Financial & Insurance Services, Treasured Motorcar Services, Atlas Premier Realty, Alloy Wheel Repair Specialists of Baltimore, VP Auto Collision, Glass Doctor, Collectors Car Corral, Radcliffe Motorcar Company, Hunt Valley Tile & Stone, Reflected Images Custom Detailing, Hunt Valley EuroCar, TPC Racing and IAG Performance. [You can learn more about the community’s sponsors by clicking on the tab below.]
Thank you to Dave Serio from the "You Auto Know" radio program for broadcasting out of Joe's Crab Shack and promoting the Hunt Valley Horsepower platform with great dedication.
Thank you to Hunt Valley Towne Centre, Greenberg Gibbons Commercial, their merchants and employees for being gracious hosts. Thank you to Joe’s Crab Shack, Panera Bread, Chick-fil-A, Peet’s Coffee & Tea, Vaccaro’s and Subway for satisfying our hunger and thirst. Thank you to Assured Protection and Precinct 7 of the Baltimore County Police for overseeing the property and adding elements of safety.
Thank you to Mother Nature for offering a unique blend of challenges and shining moments. It rained around 1 AM, 4 AM and even during the gathering but we started and ended dry. Yes, even the challenges deserve some thanks.
That’s a long thank you list. THANK YOU! See you down the road.