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Event Overview:

The Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix’s mission is to produce a world-class vintage racing event in order to raise funds to help provide residential care, treatment and support for developmentally disabled individuals in the Pittsburgh region.

In 2015 we will celebrate our 33nd annual event. Many volunteers never imagined we’d get to this point, but they are still here making it all happen each July. It’s a testament to the dedication of our volunteers and the allure of the Grand Prix.The Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix is a non-profit organization that stages the races for the benefit of spectators and to raise important funds for the Autism Society of Pittsburgh and Allegheny Valley School.

The PVGPA pays 100% of the cost to host this event including rental and repair of the golf course and services including trash removal, port-a-johns, security and tents. There is no charge for spectators at Schenley Park and we ask that you follow our guidelines. 

Exhibitor Information:

Vendor Village at Schenley Park

Vendor Village at Schenley Park has been transformed with uniformed tents and a dedicated vendor pathway. 

This is a dedicated area within Schenley Park that provides an excellent opportunity for you to display and sell your products and services to over 200,000 weekend spectators.

Vendor Village at PVGP Historics at Pitt-Race

Now in it’s 10th year, the loud and exciting PVGP Historic Races provide another opportunity for you to exhibit during our Race Week.

Vendor Village at Waterfront Car Cruise

While our race weekends attract tens of thousands of spectators, don’t forget about our Waterfront Car Cruise. Within a few short hours you will be exposed to an enthusiastic crowd of several thousand. The audience is composed of auto enthusiasts who bring their car, families out for the evening and shoppers from the hundreds of Waterfront stores.

There may be many networking opportunities at the Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix 2015. Find out more in the event details below.

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Website: http://www.pvgp.org/...
Conference/Event Dates: 07/10/2015 - 07/19/2015
Expo/Exhibit Dates: 07/11/2015 - 07/19/2015
Expo/Exhibit Hours: See Attendance Notes for details.
First Move-In Date: 07/17/2015
Classification: Consumer
Primary Industry: Sports & Recreation
Other Industries: Consumer Health, Food & Fitness, Outdoor Sports Shows, Sports & Recreation
Estimated Attendance: 250,000
Previous Attendance: 250,000
Cost to Attend: Free for spectators at Schenley Park.
Audience: Open to the public.
Notes: Races at Schenley Park are July 17 - July 19.

Vendor Village at PVGP Historics at Pitt-Race:
July 11-12
10am-5pm daily

Vendor Village at Waterfront Car Cruise:
July 14
8am-10pm

Vendor Village at Schenley Park:
July 18-19
10am-5pm daily
Venue: Schenley Park
Venue Type: Outdoor - Suburban Park
Official Conference Hotel:Hilton Garden Inn
Conference Hotel URL:http://hiltongardeninn.hilton.com/en/gi/groups/personalized/P/PITUCGI-...
Show Owner:Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix Association
Sponsorship: Yes
Sponsorship Details: In 2015 we will celebrate our 33nd year by presenting an unparalleled week of vintage sports car racing and related activities to the delight of nearly 250,000 fans. Race Week kicks off with the PVGP Historic Races at PIRC and a blacktie party fundraiser, continues throughout the week with car shows and concerts and culminates with our traditional vintage races through the streets of Schenley Park on the July 18/19 weekend. The Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix remains our country's only vintage sports cars race on city streets and along with Monte Carlo represent the only two such events in the world!

The Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix offers an extensive selection of sponsorship opportunities for your organization to become part of our celebrated event. Race Weekend at Schenley Park is the perfect venue for you to entertain your customers; throw a party for your employees; raise awareness of your organization; showcase your product; or simply watch the races with friends and family.

Contact Daniel Delbianca at delbianco@pvgp.org; or call him at 412-559-3500.

Booth Size Booth Cost   Available Amenities
10' x 10' Small Vendor Tent - Vendor Village at Schenley Park (July 18-19) $695   Electricity: Yes Vendor Village: 5 kW gas generator within 30
Car for Sale - Space for 1 car, does not include room for a tent - Vendor Village at Schenley Park (July 18-19) $150   Water: n/a
Vendor Village at PVGP Historics at Pitt-Race (July 11-12) $250   Generator: n/a
18' x 18' Vendor Village at Waterfront Car Cruise (July 14) $200   Marketing Vehicles Allowed: n/a
Other Booth Sizes Available: Yes

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