Georgetown Square will be filled with ’57 Chevys, ’65 Mustangs, sleek Corvettes and other iconic cars on Friday, July 14.
The fourth annual Fran and Bob Sebeika Memorial Classic Car Show will be held from 5 to 9 p.m. in the shopping center parking lot on East State Boulevard.
Food and drinks will be offered by Subway and Bandido’s, and music will include entertainer Brent Cooper’s tribute to Elvis and Neil Diamond.
Cars may register on the day of the open show for $10. Special awards and trophies in a variety of categories will be given, and the first 100 cars will receive dash plaques. There is no charge to wander the lot and enjoy the fun.
The event is sponsored by Georgetown Subway and Georgetown Square in partnership with the Fort Wayne Corvette Club. Proceeds from the event will benefit the Georgetown Little League.
Georgetown Subway owner Jeff Sebeika hosts the event in honor of his late parents, who were longtime members of the Fort Wayne Corvette Club.
“The Corvette Club was a big part of their lives, so I’m happy to present an event that the whole family can enjoy” he said. “I’m also pleased to continue our longtime relationship with Georgetown Square, where the Subway was located for 18 years, before moving in 2010 across the street to its current location in Georgetown North. The car show has been growing each year, and we’re hoping to reach an even wider audience this year.”
“We are so happy to be joining with Jeff Sebeika in hosting this event,” said Steve Jehl, manager of Georgetown Square. “This wonderful car show is a great addition to our lineup of family-friendly events this summer and we are pleased it will also benefit a great organization, the Georgetown Little League.”