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Saturday, December 13, 2008

Ferrari Rudolph-Nose Red and Christmas Tree Green Lamborghini Vixen Pull Quattroporte Sleighs from Maserati of Baltimore for Holiday Tour of Lights in Maryland and DC METRO Region

Lamborghini in Holiday Green

Lamborghini in Holiday Green

MARYLAND’S HOLIDAY HIGHLIGHTS: Exotic Cars Drive the Christmas Light Tours Around the Baltimore-Washington Region

CAR ENTHUSIAST’S GUIDE FOR WINTER DRIVE & WHERE TO GO TO SEE THE BEST CHRISTMAS LIGHT DISPLAYS IN THE BALTIMORE AREA AND VICINITY COURTESY OF CHRISTINA YOW, LONG TIME MARYLAND RESIDENT AND NEW GUEST SERVICES ASSISTANT AT MASERATI OF BALTIMORE.

Meet Christina Yow and Fiance Jonas Mitchell, new Guests Services professionals Playing In Traffic at Maserati of Baltimore

Meet Christina Yow and Fiancée Jonas Mitchell, new Guests Services professionals Playing In Traffic at Maserati of Baltimore

When it comes to holiday spirit, M.O.B. Exotics fans, Maryland is no Ebenezer Scrooge. There are several locations around the state to enjoy Christmas lights with those you love; from around the beltway down to Anne Arundel County, there are several spots that really light things up!

In the heart of Baltimore, Charm City lovers come from all around to visit the lights in the Hampden neighborhood. Between the 700 block of 34th Street, between Keswick Road and Chestnut Street. Row homes are lit from top to bottom with Christmas lights. Yards and porches are full of inflatable snow globes and animated Santa Claus’. If you are looking to go out for a drive, “The Miracle on 34th Street” will last as a memory for years to come.

Take to the Roads to Enjoy Ferrari Holiday Cheer

Take to the Roads to Enjoy Ferrari Holiday Cheer (Festive Ferrari red Womens Shoes by New York Designer John Ashford http://www.johnashford.ws)

If you are planning to head north from our nation’s capital or west from the great city of Baltimore, you will find Columbia, Maryland’s Symphony Woods. Nestled in Howard County, the Symphony of Lights is now in its 15th year. The display has over 70 animated and stationary light displays for your enjoyment. From the comfort of your own car you can drive though the show, awaiting each illuminated surprise around each bend. They are open 7 days a week and will be open to the public from Monday November 24, 2008 through Sunday January 4, 2009. Admission for cars and minivans is $20 per car. All proceeds from Symphony of Lights benefit Howard County General Hospital’s Maternal Child Services. For more information please visit:

http://www.hcgh.org/content/symphonyoflights.htm

Off of the Capital Beltway, 495, Watkins Regional Park in Upper Marlboro host’s The Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission’s Winter Festival of Lights. The holiday drive thru display’s over a million lights!  It is open from November 28, 2008 to January 1, 2009 from 5:30pm to 9:30pm. It is $5.00 per car or a multi-visit pass can be issued at $15.00 (3 visits). Make a difference and bring canned goods to help families in shelter’s around the area have a Merry Christmas!

Although in these cold months, the Chesapeake Bay isn’t able to be enjoyed in bikini’s and sunscreen, that does not mean the beauty of historic Annapolis, MD is gone until Spring. Just miles from where all midshipmen call home, Sandy Point State Park host’s their popular holiday show, “Lights on the Bay”. The show features over 70 lights and animated holiday scenes along the shore of the Chesapeake. This year, feast your eyes on the illuminated tunnels, a village modeled after Annapolis itself and an intricate display of the United States Naval Academy’s graduate’s tossing their hats. The park will hold the light show from November 21, 2008 to January 4, 2009. Cost per car is $14.00 and proceeds benefit the Anne Arundel Medical Center Foundation. For more information, contact Anne Arundel Medical Center at 443-481-3161.

In Gaithersburg, MD the Seneca Creek State Park hosts the Winter Lights Festival. The enchanted forest features more than 300 lit displays as well as vignettes. The 3.5 mile course leads you on twists and turns through a winter wonderland, a teddy bear land, the Victorian village as well as the North Pole. The winter lights are open Sunday to Thursday from 6:00pm to 9:00pm and Friday and Saturday from 6:00pm to 10:00pm. The admission price is $10.00 per vehicle Sunday-Thursday and $12.00 Friday-Saturday. Proceeds go to local charities.

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Happy Holidays everybody.

~~ Jack & Kae Davis

for the

M.O.B. Exotics Guest Services Team


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