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Wednesday, October 1, 2008

Places to Go and People to Know: Columbus visiting Baltimore Maryland’s Historic LITTLE ITALY? Get Ready to be at the 2008 Baltimore, Maryland Columbus Day Parade

Columbus visiting Baltimore Maryland’s Historic LITTLE ITALY
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Sunday, October 12, 2008 join your friends from Maserati of Baltimore and M.O.B. Exotic Car Gallery at the Oldest Continuous Marching Parade in America!

Visit to learn more about Columbus Day Parade events in Downtown Baltimore’s Little Italy historic district.


10:30AM Exotic Car Owners and Maserati of Baltimore Guest Services Volunteers Meetup at MOB EXOTICS for cappuccino, tea, coffee, or espresso (1628 York Road, Lutherville Timonium, MD 21093)

11:00AM-11:30AM Maserati of Baltimore and M.O.B. Exotics Driver Caravan down I-83 to the Inner Harbor

12:00PM Join Parade lineup as sponsors or enter as spectators

3:00PM Rejoin after the Parade at Ciao Bella Restaurant on High Street

3:30-5:00 Mingle with Friends Downtown and enjoy the festival


10:00AM Wreath Laying Columbus Piazza (President Street)

11:00AM Parade Staging (Linwood Avenue)

1:00PM-3:00PM Columbus Day Parade

3:30PM Italian Tenors Performance (Elio Scaccio & Aaron Caruso) [We’ll aim to be near Vaccarros.]

Post Parade Evening:

Special Theme Hosting by Participating Little Italy Restaurants.


Kick Off at Linwood Avenue in Patterson Park ~ Proceed West onto Eastern Avenue ~ Right onto High Street ~ Disband on Central Avenue. Parade Reviewing Stand and Spectator Seating located at Intersection of Stiles and High Streets in Little Italy.

Visit for a review of past years’ events and to find out more about participating in this historically noteworthy Maryland area event.

The mission of Columbus Celebrations, Inc., a not-for-profit organization, is multi-faceted and includes the following: 1) To celebrate America and its discovery. 2) To celebrate our Italian as well as the multi-cultural heritage of our magnificent nation, the United States of America. 3) To support our community, our children and those less fortunate, through charity and creative fundraising events. 4) To continue the great tradition of Baltimore’s Columbus Day Parade, America’s oldest parade and celebration of its kind.


Wednesday, August 20, 2008

Baltimore Ravens First Game of the 2008 Season Reminder

Derek Mason

Derek Mason

Baltimore Ravens 2008 Football is about to begin. Click HERE to visit the Ravens and show support for them this season.

Though we are disappointed with the cancellation of the 2008 “The Concorso: Celebrating the Art of the Automobile” previously scheduled events to be held Saturday September 6th and at BWI and Sunday September 7th, 2008 at Power Plant Live! we are happy to know we can regroup both with and for the troops.

The day before the opening game, Saturday September 6, everyone in the Mid-Atlantic area is welcome to hang out at our dealership. With events canceled for 2008, Sunday September 7 all car lovers and owners can head out to see the Ravens game and park whatever daily driver they use (instead of their exotic car) in what is sure to be a congested but thriving downtown Baltimore. [Every cloud has a Ferrari silver lining?]

If you are at the game, give an extra loud shout out for Maserati man Derek Mason. We know we’re hoping to be there, recovering from our big “Maserati of Baltimore Rally for the Troops” September 6th, 2008 full day dealership Road Rally and “Exotic, Unique, and Antique” Car Show festival to benefit the USO Metro.

Keep a watchful eye out for our staff at the Ravens event. We expect Alfred Ramos will be hanging out in one of the fancy owners boxes, showing support like he always does. Until Jack can manage to have a purple and black Lamborghini built to go along with the Orioles Orange, he’ll probably be the one out back in our SUV tailgating while doing most of the “go team” roar of the crowd cheering and screaming.

Ravens vs Bengals » Sun, Sep 7, 2008

M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore, Maryland

1 PM CBS-TV – 1090AM

Tickets »Gameday »


All the Maryland area troops are rooting for you, and if they are home on leave, they’ll be at your game, too.


Wednesday, May 28, 2008

“The CONCORSO: Celebrating the Art of The Automobile”: Mark Your Calendars and Make Your Hotel Reservations NOW to Visit Baltimore September 6-7, 2008


Friends and families of Maserati of Baltimore, M.O.B. Exotics, Lamborghini Baltimore, Maserati of Washington, Ferrari of Washington, and Lamborghini Washington take note! There is a wonderful opportunity coming up this fall to play in traffic with your exotic cars, have a great time, and to raise some money for a very worthy cause–benefiting our soldiers and heroes of the United States Armed Forces through the charitable efforts of the USO Metro non-profit organization.

Saturday September 6th launching from the Maserati of Baltimore location at 1628 York Road in “Lutherville Timonium” [according to most Nav and GPS devices], we’ll be hosting a ROAD RALLY touring the northern Maryland regions and finishing with a touch of magic right back at home from Baltimore’s LITTLE ITALY. The exact course is being determined now, but drivers and co-pilots can expect to visit Maryland’s soaring heights and lush county grounds while they wind their way about the lakes and mountains, returning to the dealership landing spot to have a quick treat from downtown. Offering a fun rally style for everyone, we’ll be rewarding our most attentive teams with some terrific M.O.B. Exotics Race Fan Boutique certificates.

On that same day, later that evening Saturday, September 6, speed and travel fans can head over to the Baltimore Washington Airport Signature Flight Support Terminal area to visit the next leg of the weekend events. Aptly titled, “Wings and Wheels”, participants will get an up close and personal look at all kinds of exotic cars, planes, military vehicles, and private jets. With great assistance from BWI and Signature Flight Support, crowds are sure to be “wowed”. Patrick Moylan, the Signature host, is the gentlemen to meet at this great show!

On Sunday, September 7, 2008, the USO Metro Team will be following through again with a huge CONCORSO event hosted at the POWERPLANT LIVE, making Baltimore’s Inner Harbor an even better looking and sounding venue for car lovers to day or weekend trip for this event. With over 5,000 visitors already expected to attend, you will want to register early to be sure to get your Pit Passes and car placement for this event. As spectators ourselves for this event, we are anxious to see all the cars they have lined up to bring in from car clubs all over the Mid-Atlantic region. We are sure this will be a spectacular “brighter than fireworks” Baltimore event!

For more information about the events of the day and weekend, please visit the USO CONCORSO link by clicking HERE. They are still actively seeking volunteers and event sponsors to help raise money for the USO, so please… if you are interested in participating let them know. As a favor to the event, our staff are also looking for donation items and services for the Silent Auction portion of the event, too. If you know of a person, business, artist, or restaurant that might want to contribute, we’d love to speak with you. [All donated items, staff time, products or services costs are 100% tax deductible and vouchers will be issued through the USO Metro.]

Read on for more information about the history on the event, excerpted from

“The Concorso: Celebrating the Art of the Automobile” is proud to announce our fourth annual event and two days of fund raising, parties, music, and food to benefit the USO, supporting our men and women in uniform. The theme this year is Celebrating the Art of the Automobile and will explore the artistic and sculptural forms of the transportation industry…

Jonathan Kendall started [helping organize car show events] in October of 2005 as a way to raise money to help our community in the Baltimore-Washington area. The first event was attended by about (100) people, (12) cars and a beautiful automotive art display together in Annapolis. 2006 Followed a move to the famous City Dock in Annapolis, (100) people, (25) cars along with Jonathan’s beautiful photographic style of art. In 2007 the event took a huge leap to Little Italy in Baltimore where there were (75) cars and motorcycles, (250) ticket holders, (3000) spectators. This year Jonathan [and partner Dave Born] have chosen to work with the USO as the beneficiary.

Saturday, September 6th starts with a fun “Rally” driving event through the Baltimore County, Maryland countryside… [from Maserati of Baltimore].

Saturday continues with the evening event at the Signature Flight Support “Wings and Wheels” Reception to be held at their modern BWI general aviation facility. Ticket holders will enjoy wonderful assortment of international cuisines, wine and drinks. There will be a silent and live auction to benefit the charities. And the event will feature live entertainment as well as a display of automotive and aircraft art.

Sunday’s event is The Concorso and will be in downtown Baltimore at the Cordish Company’s exciting Power Plant Live located at Market Place and Water Street. Over (100) exotic cars will be on display for the general public to view. There will be a private lounge, Angel’s Rock Bar, where ticket holders will find food and drinks for the afternoon. This will be our formal car judging segment and also include live entertainment, auctions and art displays.


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