Amid Malloy Tax Proposals, Greenwich Cars and Coffee Comes BackMarch 22, 2017
The event comes as Gov. Dan Malloy (D-Conn.) looks for ways to fill Connecticut's budget deficit with proposals like a tax hike on classic car owners.
Automotive enthusiasts rejoice! According to Greenwich Times, organizers Steven Fong, Leland Graham, and Sebastian Dostmann, founders of Greenwich Cars & Coffee, are planning new meet ups of “rare and exotic cars,” with the first set date in April:
A successful first event that attracted around 100 people and cars lead to a second in November that drew another 150. This month, Dostmann, the group’s events producer and owner of Greenwich-based Sebass Events & Entertainment, gained approval from the town Board of Selectmen to close a portion of the avenue for their four events planned for this year. The first is set for Sunday, April 30, from 8 to 10 a.m.
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