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Cool Wheels Car Show Returns to Quiet Waters Park rescheduled for April 24

Tenth annual event to benefit Youth Automotive Training Center

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BY RICHARD ROSSER

Cool Wheels Car Show Returns to Quiet Waters Park on Sunday, April 24

Tenth annual event to benefit Youth Automotive Training Center

2022 Cool Wheels Car Show rescheduled for April 24:

Out of an abundance of caution due to the increasing number of Covid cases in South Florida, the Youth Automotive Training Center in Deerfield Beach has made the difficult decision to postpone the 2022 Cool Wheels Car Show previously scheduled for January 16. The new date for the 10th Annual Cool Wheels is Sunday, April 24, 2022.
The event will be held at Quiet Waters Park in Deerfield Beach and all of the great Cool Wheels activities that were planned are still in the works.

All existing 2022 early registrations will be honored for the April show.

WHAT: 

The 10th annual Cool Wheels Car Show will feature an incredible array of more than 1,000 cars, from antique roadsters to trucks, muscle cars and more. Thousands of spectators of all ages will enjoy a silent auction, food trucks, live entertainment and a raffle. Plus, trophies will be awarded, with cash prizes for Best of Show, and Second and Third Places. 

Advance online registration is open through Monday, January 10. 

Proceeds from this annual event will support the Youth Automotive Training Center (YATC) and its mission to give at-risk youth a second chance at success. 

 

WHERE: 

Quiet Waters Park  

401 South Powerline Road 

Deerfield Beach, FL 33442 

 

WHEN: 

Sunday, April 24, 2022 

10 a.m. – 4 p.m.  

 

COST: 

Vehicle registration is $20 in advance or $25 day of show.  

Event admission is free for spectators. Quiet Waters Park charges $1.50 per person for entry at the gate. 

 

WHY: 

Established by Jim Moran in 1984, the Youth Automotive Training Center in Deerfield Beach trains and educates at-risk youth in basic automotive repair skills, academic remediation, job readiness and life management skills. The goal of this program is to prepare young adults who are at a disadvantage in their lives to become self-sufficient, productive, law-abiding citizens. 

 

MORE INFO: 

To schedule an interview or cover the event, contact Lauren Fyke at 954-648-5462 or via email at lauren.fyke@jmfamily.com

For all other questions, call YATC at 954-428-0909 or email events@yatc.org

For more Deerfield Beach news and things to do in Deerfield Beach read Deerfield! magazine and search our website. 

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Author: LOCAL NEWS

This post was prepared by staff at Point! Publishing. For inquiries call 954-603-4553.

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