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Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Special Thanks to the Childrens Guild 2008 VIVA ITALIA: Concours D’Elegance Baltimore from Maserati of Baltimore and the M.O.B. Exotic Car Gallery Guest Services Team in Maryland

Maserati of Baltimore Hospitality Area and MOB EXOTICS Race Fan Boutique

Maserati of Baltimore VIP Hospitality Area Lounge and the MOB EXOTICS Race Fan Boutique

Special Thanks to the Following Staff and Volunteer Members of the Childrens Guild Non-Profit Organization

The Children’s Guild is a nonprofit, child-serving organization founded in 1953, serving emotionally disturbed children through the provision of special education, group living, treatment foster care and mental health services in Maryland.

Maserati of Baltimore recognizes the Baltimore area Childrens Guild as an organization offering devoted services to the Maryland community. Thank you for allowing us to participate with your fund raising drive this year, the 2008 VIVA ITALIA: Concours D’Elegance.

Childrens Guild Board of Directors


Bonnie K. Heneson, Chairperson
Michael M. Gajewski, Vice Chairperson
William Purnell, Treasurer
Stephen L. Hecht, Secretary
Dennis Adams, Past Chairperson
Andrew L. Ross, President


Pamela Arth
Eric Aumann
Lisa Bender
L. Terry Carnes
Diane M. Eaton
Mindy Geppi
Wingrove S. Lynton
John A. Murkey
Marie L. Noplock
James R. Novick
Suzanne H. Pearce
H. Robert Stephan
Lori M. Trumble
Michael Wodka

Concours D’Elegance Committee

Chuck Leutner, Chair (Car Owner and FCA-MAR Representative)

Lori Trumble, Chair (Childrens Guild Representative)

Cathy Morgan-Dendrinos, Special Event Planning Consultant

Courtney Dunevant, Web Design and Marketing

Jeanette Scott, Car Show Organizer

John Erskine, Automotive Display Advisor

TW Scott, Parking & Staff Support

Randy Moss, Parking & Meeting Location Sponsor

Tim Dunevant, Parking Committee

Todd Rosenthal, Parking Assistant

Chuck Visconage, Parking Assistant

Mike Salsbury, Parking Assistant

Speed Millet, Motorcycle Coordinator

Joe Guyton, Motorcycles

Marie Noplock, Auction Coordinator

Susan Murer, Auction Assistant

Neil Young, Registration

Domenic Petrucci, Italian Liason

Crystal Jordan, Administrative Support

Richard Walker, Childrens Guild Representative



Friday, August 22, 2008

September 6, 2008 Maserati of Baltimore Rally for the Troops Community Invitation

Saturday September 6th, 2008 from 9am-7pm at Maserati of Baltimore citizens head out to support our troops and joint the fun.

All proceeds and donations will benefit the USO of Metropolitan Washington. Email us at to make a pay at the gate reservation or to ask how you can participate or contribute in a way that will make our event more fun.


With many great press sources coming to participate and offer follow up event coverage, we have a FANTASTIC opportunity to really show support of our TROOP just by showing up. Not enough support from the exotic car community to host a Concorso style event and make it a success? BAH.


More details to be released next week, so check back right here at often to follow up. The game might be on for Sunday with the Baltimore Ravens, but on Saturday at MOB EXOTICS, we plan to have this one won.

September 6, 2008 at Maserati of Baltimore Rally for the Troops at the Exotic Car Show

September 6, 2008 at Maserati of Baltimore Rally for the Troops at the Exotic Car Show hosted by Maserati of Baltimore, Signature Flight Support, and Chapin Davis Investment Management Services--all Baltimore Washington Area Local Businesses helping to raise funds and spearhead troop moral for soldiers and their families who reside or pass through the Mid-Atlantic region. Proceeds are being donated in full to the USO of Metropolitan Washington (sponsor of the BWI USO Metro Lounge). Monitor here for details or learn more about the USO at Special thanks to Terrence Breschi of for creating this amazing new Exotic Car Festival T-shirt Art template thanking sponsors, media sources, and volunteers for helping us arrange this new event as a USO benefit.

Friday, August 1, 2008

Casual “Unique and Antique” Car Show DROP IN scheduled at Maserati of Baltimore: Polish up your Ferrari, Maserati, Lamborghini, or Favorite Collectible Classic or Custom Automobile and get ready to “Hang Out” for an Old Fashioned Saturday Night at M.O.B.

Here’s the invitation and special event scoop from Maserati of Baltimore:

August 30 2008 — Drop In from 3-5 pm, Ride to Dine from 6-9 pm with friends and family from M.O.B. Exotic Car Gallery and Race Fan Boutique

M.O.B. Exotic Car Gallery at Maserati of Baltimore

M.O.B. Exotic Car Gallery at Maserati of Baltimore

Type of event: Drop In (Casual Cruise In Social)

Location: Maserati of Baltimore, 1630 York Road, Lutherville Timonium, Maryland 21093

Cost: Free/$$$

Casual “Cruise In” old-fashioned Saturday night event to show off your ride, relax with friends, and take a peek at what’s going on at Maserati of Baltimore. Meet up at Maserati of Baltimore from 3pm to 5pm followed by a chance to join the team from M.O.B. Exotics at one of their favorite local restaurants someplace out and about from 6-9 pm, details TBA. Singles, Couples, and Families welcome for this date night. Drop In FREE, ride and dine cost and restaurant location TBD.

RSVP Contact: Jack Davis at


High Road Auto Group M.O.B. Exotics Division

High Road Auto Group Maserati of Baltimore Division

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.


Tuesday, April 15, 2008

Maserati of Baltimore Supports the 4th Annual Children’s Guild Car Show in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor

Press release excerpt from April 15, 2008


Harbor East hosts The Children’s Guild’s marquee Italian car show

Baltimore—More than 100 Ferraris, Maseratis, Lamborghinis, Fiats, Alfa Romeos, Ducatis and other marquee Italian cars and motorcycles will line the streets of Harbor East on Sept. 28, 2008. The car show, the Concours D’Elegance, lasts from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and will feature a downtown festival atmosphere with food and shopping. The public can attend for free.

A champagne hors d’oeuvres reception, live and silent auctions, and awards presentation will also lead the show’s activities at Harbor East. Touching the Inner Harbor at the intersection of South President Street and Aliceanna Street, Harbor East ranks among Baltimore’s finest streetscapes.

Proceeds from the Concours D’Elegance will benefit The Children’s Guild and its more than 700 needy children and teenagers throughout Maryland. The Children’s Guild helps youth with emotional, mental and behavioral conditions, including autism and other learning and developmental disabilities.

For more information contact The Children’s Guild at 410-444-3804 x130 or e-mail Event details and car registration information can be found at


The Children’s Guild is a not-for-profit organization that has existed for more than 50 years to meet the needs of children with emotional and behavioral challenges through providing unique educational programs, stimulating environments, and integrated approaches to helping children build successful lives. The Children’s Guild has campuses in Annapolis, Baltimore and Prince Georges County as well as several group homes.

Maserati of Baltimore and MOB EXOTICS are proud to be sponsors and silent auction donors for this Baltimore area benefit, with special thanks to Chuck Luetner for allowing us to be included alongside Ferrari of Washington’s Allie Ash at this Mid-Atlantic Regional Ferrari Club sanctioned event. There is nothing like coming together as friends to help make up such a special event, and we are glad Harbor East has space for all of us at this Concorso style early fall event.

Tuesday, March 18, 2008

M.O.B. Exotic Car Gallery Photos ONLINE for Public Viewing

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Flicker Photos of Maserati of Baltimore from Jack Davis and Family Are Available At…


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Maserati of Baltimore

Wednesday, March 12, 2008

Car Talk Humor Worth Passing Along…

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A man was driving down the highway late one night when his minivan
broke down. He turned on his flashers and tried to get someone’s
attention to help him. Eventually a Lamborghini Countach pulls up.”Any chance I could get a lift into town?” said the minivan driver.”I can do better than that,” the man driving the Countach replied.
“I’ve got a V-12 under this hood, I can tow you to the nearest town,
no problem. Just honk your horn and flash your lights if I start
going too fast.”

They head off down the road and eventually come to a stop light and
up pulls a Ferrari F40 with a V-10. The F40 began to rev its engine
to get the Countach to race. The Countach revs its engine and the
light turns green. They fly out of there, and about a half a mile
down the road they pass a speed trap.

The officer there watches them pass and radios to base saying, “Base,
you will not believe what I just saw. A F40 and a Countach were
driving down the road doing about 120 with a minivan honking its horn
and flashing its lights trying to pass them!”

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Jack Clemons II
Senior Internet Marketing Consultant

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