ClassicCars.com has launched its Collecting Cars, Collecting Memories Father’s Day initiative. The campaign invites enthusiasts to share personal memories and photos of dads, their kids and their mutual passion for automobiles.
Whether their dad served as an unofficial driving instructor, a tire-change expert or as an advisor during their first car purchase, ClassicCars.com realizes that everyone has a story to tell, according to the company. Stories will be featured and shared on The Journal, ClassicCars.com’s website. The Journal will select one participant to receive a Father’s Day gift basket that will include some products from the ClassicCars.com Father’s Day Gift Guide, which will be released on June 4. The deadline to submit a story and photo to the website is June 1.
“Every car has a story,” said Roger Falcione, president and CEO of ClassicCars.com. “One of the best things about working with classic cars is hearing people tell those stories. People who collect and are interested in classic cars always have great stories and we wanted to hear those stories and share them with other enthusiasts in celebration of Father’s Day.”