“The real secret of success is enthusiasm.” – Walter P. Chrysler
The Chrysler Employee Motorsport Association (CEMA) held its 23nd annual show on the grounds of the Walter P. Chrysler Museum in Auburn Hills, Michigan in 2012.
The show is dominated by former or current employees of Chrysler, though it is open to all makes/models and generally attracts a healthy variety of participants and spectators. The show is a charity event; its proceeds were gifted to the Walter P. Chrysler Museum Foundation this year.
Doreen Wright, of the Chrysler Museum, reported that:
Marc Rozman reported that the Viper Cafe dedication was at 10 am, followed by a round table discussion in the auditorium (original Viper team members regarding Carroll Shelby), and a presentation on the 2013 Viper by the team leader. The gift shop and museum admissions were reportedly the strongest of the year. There were over 50 Vipers, including one 2013 Viper provided by Chrysler itself.
2011 CEMA Show Writeup • Car Shows • Allpar Meets
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