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Holidays At The Museum
For most people the arrival of the Yuletide season and of the lights and carols of Christmas is a very fascinating holiday for them. They get to spend their time with the people who are most important to them. However, there are also those people who, as much as they are having the Christmas spirit, just do not have people to share the holidays with.
But there is certainly good news for those who just have no idea where to celebrate the holidays. You see, the Auburn Cord Duesenberg Museum is actually inviting everybody for a big event. The event is to actually celebrate the arrival of the new year, 2007. Come the last day of this year, 31st of December, there would be a celebration and an event which the museum dubbed as “A Classic New Year’s Eve”. No, the museum is not going to give away some of their cars or even some of the Custom Ford truck parts at the very least. It is perhaps a way of saying thank you to all those auto lovers and to all of the public who has wholeheartedly supported the auto museum through the year.
What would be part of the celebration? Well there would be music for dancing from the Big Band which is sponsored by ITT Conglomerates. Of course, there would be food, party favors, and a chance to meet and greet other car lovers (and even lonely souls who had nowhere to go on New Year’s eve).
But, yes, you do have to shell out some cash to be part of this whole event. There are several packages available. One would be the dinner and dance package which would cost you . With this one, you get to join those others with the same package have dinner at 7:30 p.m. at the museum’s Willennar Hall. You would be able to enjoy dancing, dinner, the cash bar, and a champagne toast come midnight.
However, if you would like to get more out of the auto museum, you may also want to purchase the Auburn Inn overnight package which is for 9.99 but this would be good for two people already.
About the Author: Chuck, a 38 year old freelance writer from Charleston, South Carolina, has been specializing on automotive-related articles and news. He has a degree in Automotive Technology.