CLC 2019 Grand National - Louisville, Kentucky, June 11-15, 2019


1963/64 Cadillac Chapter 2019 Grand National Page
www.2019GN.6364Cadillac.com

Host Hotel:  The Crown Plaza Louisville
 830 Phillips Ln, Louisville, KY 40209, 502-367-2251
SOLD OUT

Backup Hotel:  Tru by Hilton.  
 810 Phillips L, Louisville, KY 40209, 502-792-8800  
$139.00 per night plus tax. Reservations up until May 11, 2019. 
Booking Link: http://group.trubyhilton.com/CadillacLasalleClub
Group Name: CADILLAC LASALLE CLUB


2019 Grand National Contacts
2019 Grand National Registration Dates



1963/64 Cadillac Chapter Members Attending 2019 GN
Jason Edge
Michael Anderson
Bill Bunch
Frank and Martina Butler
Tim Coy & Cynthia Rutledge
Travis Dowell
Clifford Graubard & son
Lois & Rob Harriman
Lance Hirsch & Family
Henny Karrman
Mark Nichols and Friends
Jerry Puma and Family
Larry & Emma Rees
Robert & David Robin
Bob Schles
Marty Smith and Family
Marc Tuwiner
Kevin & Caro Williams

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Had a great time at our 63/64 Cadillac Chapter meetup last night. We had 23 guests on hand during the evening and went until 1:30 am. Lots of fun Cadillac discussion among friends!  Here’s a couple of pictures from last night and will post more in upcoming newsletter.

  Not to mention the Cowboy cookies  !!     Tell Travis thanks ! 

Very proud of this award.

You make it easy for all of us to own and enjoy 63/64 Cadillacs. Very well deserved!!  

Thanks! It was great getting to hang out with you and see your Caddy at the Grand National.  Our website is a great way to keep in touch and share info, but nothing like seeing these cars and their owners in person!

Don't look now, but "Thing" is about to steal you pen.

Good on ya boss.

1st "Thing" I noticed is "Thing" is right handed. This "Thing" is right handed, but I'm a Lefty as are all radical intellectuals!

Jason,

Congratulations!

Best wishes,

From the Addams Family and the 
Kinzler family.

JK

Well, I will say it is the fanciest pen holder I have ever had... in fact it is the only pen holder I have ever had other than cups on my desk and trays in my desk!  The Classic Century Cross Pen that came with it (and 2 refills) is also above my pay grade! LOL  Now, when I am ready to put pen to paper I have something nice to reach for... just hope "Thing" doesn't reach back! 
 
Seriously,
I am chuffed that they recognized the 1963/64 Cadillac Chapter Spotlight Story in the May 2018 Self-Starter. I know when Chapter Liaison (now VP) Bob Crimmins asked me to write that story, I did not take it lightly, and did my very best to write a good story that both told what Chapters are about and perhaps provide a template for others that might want to start a Chapter.  With this recognition, I guess I did OK!

Well deserved as usual Jason congrats ! 

Jason

A Great looking trophy and very well desirved
You really are full of surprises !
Congradulations you do so many things really Great ---it freeks me out !!!!

So very glad you are our fearless leader

The Best ,

Enjoy

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