Cadillac Through the Years car show set for April 13


The ninth annual Cadillac Through the Years, sponsored by Findlay Cadillac in the Valley Automall, will run 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. April 13 at Town Square, 6605 Las Vegas Blvd. South.

The one-day event is expected to draw about 75 vehicles, dating back as far as 1903 in a free event coordinated and presented by the Las Vegas Cadillac LaSalle Club and Findlay Cadillac.

With its history and array of Cadillacs, the show draws thousands of visitors every year.

The show, the brainchild of the Las Vegas Cadillac LaSalle Club, has experienced steady growth. Club President Colin Christie said she expects this year’s gathering to be a big success.

“This is a labor of love,” said Christie, who took early retirement in 2001 after working for General Mills Inc., for 35 years. “When we moved here in 2001, I didn’t even have a classic Cadillac. I joined the Las Vegas Cadillac LaSalle Club and started looking for a car.

“The rest is history. I’m hooked not only on the Cadillac but the show, too,” Christie said. “Our club has grown to more than 100 members and that illustrates the love of the Cadillac brand along with the allure of the vehicle. Cadillac is very classy and so is Cadillac Through the Years.”

Cadillac Through the Years has proven to be a big marketing tool for Findlay Cadillac.

“This show is unique, colorful and the perfect gathering spot for not only Cadillac fans but traditional car show enthusiasts, too,” dealership general manager John Saksa said.

For further information, visit www.cadillacthroughtheyears.com or www.facebook.com/caddyshow or call Findlay Cadillac Marketing Coordinator Felicia Smith at 702-430-4334.

Findlay Cadillac is part of Findlay Automotive Group, which was founded more than 50 years ago by the late Pete Findlay, whose son, Cliff, now leads dealerships in Nevada, Arizona, Utah and Idaho. Further information regarding the group can be found at www.findlayauto.com.

 

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