Professional Car Society Marks 35 Years at Hudson, Ohio, Meeting

Merksamer, Gregg D.
November 2011
American Funeral Director;Nov2011, Vol. 134 Issue 11, p60
Trade Publication
The article reports on the 35th anniversary celebration of Professional Car Society during the International Meet (IM) held in Hudson, Ohio last July 2011. It focuses on the invitation of the ambulance collector and funeral coach organization that attracted a record 131 vehicles to the event. It offers information on the itinerary of the IM that includes a photo shoot at Akron Canton Regional Airport, pilgrimage and memorial at Kent State University.


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