Classics on Main Car Show

Classics on Main on hiatus for this summer

From DOWNTOWN BOWLING GREEN The Classics on Main Car Show is on hiatus for 2019, due to the lack of resources required to organize the event.   The Sentinel Tribune had organized the show the past three years but requested another organization to take over in 2019. The Downtown BG S.I.D. explored the possibility of putting on the show in BG. After reviewing it with the car show committee, board members and some local merchants, the decision was made to put the Classics on Main Car Show on hiatus for 2019. Downtown BG S.I.D. is adding a non-juried car show on July 19, 2019 to add to the excitement of Firefly Nights. This exciting opportunity will keep the comradery alive amongst our car enthusiasts and add additional entertainment for the community. The Car Rally will be held in the Huntington Center parking lot on the corner of Clough and Main St. in Bowling Green, OH. The event will be free. Times, registration and additional information will be listed on our website beginning in June 2019 at www.donwtownbgohio.org. Downtown BG S.I.D. would like to thank the Sentinel Tribune, volunteers and car enthusiasts that have helped with Classics on Main over the years.  Please call our office at 419-354-4332 if your organization or car club would like to organize this event for 2020. We would be more than willing to help promote.. 


Downtown BG to take over hosting Classics on Main Car Show

From DOWNTOWN BOWLING GREEN As the bitter cold of winter begins to set in on our community, Downtown Bowling Green is keeping its thoughts on the warm summer months; as planning the Classic’s on Main Car Show begins. After three years of management through the Sentinel Tribune, Downtown Bowling Green is now managing and promoting the popular car show for 2019.  Special events manager, Samantha Beane, who also took over the Summer Farmers Market from the Sentinel last year, is looking forward to bringing the show back to the non-profit office and continuing its success.  “We are so thankful for the Sentinel’s willingness to take over the show years ago and after one successful event transition (with the farmers market) last summer, we are looking forward to continuing event success in our office,” said Tony Vetter, director Downtown Bowling Green. The Classics on Main show is set to continue on July 13th from noon to 4 p.m. Committee members have already begun the early plans for this local summer favorite, but are looking for willing volunteers to bring new ideas and excitement to the show, or help day of.  “If anyone out there is a car enthusiast who wants to help make this show a success, I want to talk to you”, said Beane. Email inquiries are welcome at specialevents@downtownbgohio.org or call the Downtown BG Office at 419-354-4332.  “This shows success is truly community driven, and we look forward to bringing in the veterans who have created the show back, as well as new faces to help introduce our show and town to the next generation”- said Samantha Beane. So Save the Date BG!