Fernie Alpine Resort gets revved for car show this August

Fernie Alpine Resort is getting ready to host one of Canada’s top car shows.

  • Jun. 30, 2011 3:00 p.m.

Fernie Alpine Resort is getting ready to host one of Canada’s top car shows.

The MG Car Club of Calgary is one of Canada’s top car clubs.

In the past, Kimberley and Fort Steele have also hosted the classic cars, but this year it’s Fernie Alpine Resort’s turn.

“Fernie Alpine Resort makes the perfect stop for the MG Car Club of Calgary,” said Matt Mosteller, Vice President of Marketing and Sales for Resorts of the Canadian Rockies.

“It provides a spectacular mountain backdrop for car displays, a variety of lodging options for car owners and a wonderful scenic route for their tour.”

If you’re a car lover don’t miss this year’s Fernie Fun Run event running from August 26-28, 2011.  For more details visit the MG Car Club official website www.calgarymgclub.org

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