This fall, however, classic-car lovers attending the twice-annual event will notice a change in scenery. The Expo, which runs October 19 and 20, is moving from its longtime Chilhowee Park venue and making its first appearance at the new Sevierville Events Center, located on Hwy. 66.
According to show founder Byron Cooper, the move is creating plenty of room for all the cars and individual events taking place that Friday and Saturday.
"The facility has 128,000 square feet inside and offers easy ingress and egress," notes Cooper. "We'll be able to use all that space, plus we'll have tents set up in the parking lots outside to help us accommodate everything."
He adds that the location offers a number of other amenities and benefits for Expo participants and spectators alike, including a three-story parking deck, shuttle service to local malls, on-site ballrooms for parties and entertaining, a vast selection of nearby accommodations and restaurants, and easy four-lane access off Interstate 40.... read the rest of the story by Subscribing now.