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Exotics @ RTC | Redhook
Saturday, July 1, 2017, 8:00 AM until 11:00 AM
Redmond Town Center
7211 166th Ave NE
Redmond, WA 98052
Registrants & Fees
Members pay for their own charges
UPDATE - The Forecasters Pub will remain open at Redhook. See ya there! Sydney
It's time for our Annual Porsche Day at Exotics at RTC. This is one of the larger car events in the summer where we get together and display our cars. Last year we had over 250+ cars show up rain or shine. This year we're hoping to see over 300+ of our fellow enthusiasts. We usually reach maximum capacity so be sure to come early!
Exotics@RTC is an informal weekly gathering of exotic and very rare cars that draws owner and spectators together for mutual enjoyment of all things car-related. The event has grown to become the largest weekly car gathering in the US. The organization at its anchor is made up of roughly two dozen volunteers who do everything they can to make each and every Saturday morning a unique experience.
From the moment you bring your car to display, you’re greeted by someone who can help direct you to the best section to display your car, making it simple and fun for all attendees. Throughout each season, E@RTC hosts special events including unique themes, pre-production and prototype cars, new model unveilings, and occasional sessions with automotive company management. E@RTC's goal is to have a great time each Saturday morning. This is a place to come with friends, bring your coffee and see some amazing cars.
Immediately following the car show at E@RTC there is an optional tour to Redhook's Forecasters Pub in Woodinville. Follow your friends for lunch and a brew. If the weather is nice we'll sit out on the patio! If you think you'd like to join please rsvp so we can provide Redhook with an estimated headcount. Just click the Sign Up Now button.
Photo from Karl Noakes from last year's RTC.