NCM Insurance is attending Muscle Car and Corvette Nationals!

 
It has been nearly a month since I have last written, and I think it is partially due to the fact that car show season is about over.  It is a shame!  The NCM Insurance Agency has attended many shows this year and met some amazing people along the way. We have a couple more shows this year, and we will be taking a little break.  Over the next several months you will see new press releases with some exciting features we are adding for both policy holders and what we hope to be future policy holders.

The NCM Insurance Agency has one more off-site show this year, and it is in one of our favorite cities.  We will be setting up at the Muscle Car and Corvette Nationals just outside of Chicago, IL.  The event is November 19th and 20th located at the Donald E Stephens Convention Center in Rosemont, IL.

MCACN is the largest indoor car show around and attracts many very unique show cars or rare cars.  Some of the  special displays include the Class of 1971 40th display which will feature hardtops, convertibles and a 1971 LS6 Corvette display.  You will be treated to some of the country’s rarest and most desirable muscle cars from 1971.  Some additional features at the show will be the 50th anniversary of the 1961 model year, Dodge Challenger T/A Reunion, Motion Madness, Midget Racer Mania, the famous Shelby Snakepit, Corvette Triple Diamond Showcase and Competition, sYc Supercar Showcase, sYc Members Showcase, ZL1/COPO Invitational Display, 2nd Generation Camaro L78 display, etc.

As you can see there will be many great classic muscle cars on display, and we would love to see you there!  We will have our mobile quoting command center (sounds fancy!) along with our poster giveaway.  Stop by, get a quote and get a great looking poster by artist Sabastian Poole.

We look forward to seeing many great friends and hope to make new ones!

Are you interested in attending the show?  Check out www.mcacn.com for more information.

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