September and October are always busy months – both in the car industry and for families. While we have assisted plenty of people in finding their perfect vehicles, we also have been busy supporting our local communities as the fall season of events – and the school year -- kicks off.
It's been a busy couple of months here at DARCARS. While we love selling cars, we also love helping out and getting involved in our local communities. This spring we have hosted golf tournaments, a concert series, and soon we will be headed to the Capital Pride Street Festival as well as our Celebrity Baseball Camp. Here are a few things we have been up to and a quick look at what we have…
The New York International Auto Show kicked off on April 3rd and will run through the 12th at the Jacob Javits Center in Manhattan. This year’s show will feature the largest ever lineup of new vehicle debuts in the Show's 115-year history as well as family fun activities like Camp Jeep where passengers take a ride on a rugged test track to show off the capabilities of the Jeep line-up.
Past, Present, and Future DARCARS Community Events
Here at DARCARS one thing that we take very seriously is giving back to our local community. Whether it's hosting a blood drive, helping out at the local food pantry or raising money for pediatric spinal-cord cancer research we love to help out the people that have given us so much. Here are just a few highlights of what we have been doing in last couple of months and what we have been planned for this spring.
The Chicago Auto Show is well underway and details of the latest models and newest technology are coming out every day. The show, held at the McCormick Place is the largest auto show in the country with over a million square feet of automotive goodness to drool over.
If you have the chance, we at DARCARS highly recommend a visit. Wandering the show floor is an auto lovers dream. You can get up close and...
We're very proud to support MCPAW Montgomery County Partners for Animal Well-being. Together, we are creating a facility that is housing and caring for the county's homeless and stray animals while they await new homes or are reunited with their owners.
DARCARS Nissan of Rockville's General Manager Eddie Morataya & Service Director Kerri Gorman present MCPAW chairman Allan Cohen with $5,000 donation.