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ROCHESTER, NY (WROC) — This year’s “Dream Big Motor Show” will benefit GiGi’s Playhouse Rochester.
It’s scheduled for Sunday, June 5, starting at 9 a.m. at Adrian Jules Custom Clothier on Monroe Avenue in Rochester.
GiGi’s Playhouse Rochester Board Member Tom O’Neill discussed the event and it will benefit GiGi’s Friday during News 8 at Sunrise.
“GiGi’s Playhouse is a Down Syndrome Success Center and the easiest way to explain what the amazing staff and volunteers at GiGi do is help people with Down Syndrome or their families achieve success. or to be at their best,” O’Neill said. “It can take the form of speech therapy, math lessons, reading lessons, working on fine motor skills, muscle tone and also building confidence. We have a stage on site.
All programs offered by GiGi’s are free. This is where the “Dream Big Motor Show” will make the difference.
“Between 9:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m., we’ll have between 100 and 150 cars, boats, motorcycles and trucks – everything from exotics like Lamborghinis and Ferraris to muscle cars like Camaros and Mustangs to classic cars that might have been there for years. 40, 50 and 60,” O’Neill said. “We’ll also be running raffles, auctions, and giveaways. There’s a $100 cost if you want to put your car in the event, but there’s There’s no charge to come and just be a spectator And then we’ll take a quick trip to Nick’s Chophouse He’s got a rooftop bar in Canandaigua and we end up there So 9-11 in the parking lot Adrian Jules/Mann, then we go to Nick’s Chophouse in Canandaigua after that and it’s really just a spectacular event.
Proceeds from the “Dream Big Motor Show” will help cover the cost of a full-time speech therapist for GiGi’s Playhouse Rochester.
“It really makes a difference in the lives of our participants every day,” O’Neill said. “You’ll meet many of our ambassadors and auto show attendees and you’ll get to see the people we touch and benefit from every day.”
Get more information online at DreamBigMotorShow.org.