HARRISBURG – This month, “A Conversation with Senator Gene Yaw (R-23)” showcases the 2016 Antique Automobile Club of America (AACA) Grand National Meet, America’s premiere resource for the collectible vehicle community.
Hosted by the Susquehannock Region and the Penn College Classic Cruisers Student Chapter this year, the meet is held once a year and alternates between east and west of the Mississippi.
“Since 1935, AACA’s goal has been to preserve automotive history of all types for every generation to appreciate,” Yaw said. “This show is for the classic car enthusiast and believe me there are plenty of cars to see with over six-hundred antique vehicles showcased. Every classic car lover will enjoy this program.”
Building on its heritage as one of the oldest, continuously operating automotive programs in the nation, Penn College, the site of the Grand National Meet, offers one of only a few college-level vintage vehicle restoration majors on the East Coast. The curriculum emphasizes research, structural, mechanical, electrical, and refinishing skills, and the fine attention to detail expected by collectors, museums, and contest judges.
The television report will air on: Blue Ridge Communications/Mansfield – Channel 13; Service Electric Cablevision – SECV Productions – Channel 8; Time Warner, Sayre; Adams Cable Service, Channel 7; Comcast/Williamsport – Click On Demand/Get Local/Local Government/State Senate/A Conversation with Senator Gene Yaw. Please check local listings for air times.
“A Conversation with Senator Gene Yaw” is intended to keep residents of the 23rd Senatorial District informed about state and local issues and to showcase the people, places and communities that make this region so unique.
Senator Yaw’s television report is also available online at www.senatorgeneyaw.com, click ‘Newsroom’ and ‘A Conversation with Senator Gene Yaw’.