Truly Nolen Pest Control is excited to be hosting the company’s first-ever Community Car Show. The event is FREE to the public and will feature over 50 of its late founder Truly David Nolen’s antique cars from seven decades in one spot. In addition, there will be food trucks available on-site for visitors looking to eat.
Among the cars to be featured will be Mr. Nolen’s personal favorite 1957 Chevrolet Bel-Air, which was the car he drove to and from work and was shipped in from Naples, Fla. for this special day. Other antiques on display will include a 1918 Ford Model T Roadster, a 1922 Ford Model T Speedster, 1930 Ford Model A, a 1940 Oldsmobile 4 Door Sedan, a 1960 Nash Metro, and a 1974 Volkswagen Bug.
Because the company enjoys adding value to the lives they touch, several local non-profits will be on-hand with displays about their organizations next to an antique they have “paired” with for the day. Non-profits committed to the event include Big Brothers Big Sister of Tucson, TRAK, Girl Scouts of Southern Arizona, Ben’s Bells, American Heart Association, and Southern Arizona Women’s Foundation.
“The last conversation I had with my father before he passed away earlier this year was about doing an event that showcases a large portion of his collection in one place,” said Michelle Nolen Senner, longtime company employee. “He told me he liked the idea because people always want to sit in his cars and have their picture taken. Therefore, I’m excited the car doors will be unlocked so people will be able to sit in the antiques, take photos, use our Snapchat event filter, and have some free family fun while learning more about the many non-profit organizations in Tucson.”
WHO: Truly Nolen Pest Control
WHEN: Saturday, October 7, 2017, from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
WHERE: Truly Nolen Corporate Leadership Center
432 S. Williams Avenue (Just south of Broadway & west of Craycroft; site is directly next to TownePlace Suites by Marriott)
· 50+ Truly Nolen Antique Cars; 27-foot-long Mouse Limo & Mouse Cars also on display
· Interviews with Michelle Nolen Senner, non-profit representatives, and visitors