At Car Show, NY2O Supports the Wounded Warrior Project

Robert Banks, right, and Norma Dickerson, middle-right, won cases of NY2O.

Robert Banks, right, and Norma Dickerson, middle-right, won cases of NY2O.

LAKE FOREST, Calif. —  Classic Chrome, an Orange County, California-based automobile restoration company specializing in restoring classic American cars of the 40s through 80s, held a grand opening car show last weekend which included a variety of raffle prizes with all proceeds being donated to the Wounded Warrior Project.

“Co-sponsoring the grand opening car extravaganza was NY2O, the American premium bottled water from New York State.  Why California?  NY2O is now in the process of expanding its retail distribution westward to California, and the Wounded Warrior Project is one of our chosen charities,” said Elias Slubski, President, NY2O.  “We are honored that this association can assist this most worthy cause and at the same time we are looking for more notable opportunities in the Western USA.”

Almost 200 hundred classic car aficionados from the Orange County area gave their time and money as well as many brought their vintage or classic autos along to show them off at Sunday’s festivities.