duPont Registry Joins the Miami Concours

The new part-owner comes on board just before the seventh annual event…

duPont REGISTRY Group (DRG) announces it is joining the Miami Design District as part owner of the Miami Concours. Led by the co-founders of The Concours Group and Miami Design District, the Miami Concours was created as a new breed of car show “at the intersection of design, automotive excellence and luxury lifestyle.”

duPont Registry Joins the Miami Concours | THE SHOP

The alliance with duPont REGISTRY Group precedes the Miami Concours’ seventh show in the Design District, titled “Design Driven: The Intersection of Auto, Art and Fashion,” set for Feb. 16-18.

“We are excited to join forces with duPont REGISTRY, a presence in the lives of car lovers for decades,” said Craig Robins, Miami Design District founder. “The Miami Concours presents rarities of automobile history. It unites the community to appreciate remarkable craftsmanship. I can’t imagine a more fitting destination.”

The Miami Design District is home to more than 200 luxury brands’ flagship stores.

duPont Registry Joins the Miami Concours | THE SHOPThe duPont REGISTRY Group is tailored to the luxury car lifestyle, housing Canossa, which produces more than 250 luxury car events worldwide, and owns the classic Ferrari event Cavallino. DuPont REGISTRY Group offers unique experiences and products to car enthusiasts across every stage of their journey–as they grow from dreamers to collectors.

“During my tenures at LVMH and Louis Vuitton as chief technology officer, I witnessed the rise of Miami Design District, luxury brands from around the world and their exclusive clientele. I am proud to come back as a partner to the Miami Concours and showcase DRG brands and products,” says duPont REGISTRY Group CEO Antoine Tessier.

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