1302 Industrial Drive
Tustin, CA 92780
Lamborghini’s 100th Birthday Celebration To Be Held At Tustin’s Marconi Auto Museum August 28 As A Fundraiser For “Motel Kids”
The world tour celebrating the 100th birthday of the late founder of Lamborghini sports cars will make its first pit stop in the U.S. at the Marconi Automotive Museum (1302 Industrial Drive, Tustin) in the form of a fundraiser to help feed and house Southern California’s “motel kids.” Tickets for the birthday gala, which will be held on Sunday, August 28, are $275 each and there are a number of sponsorship opportunities that can be purchased by visiting www.caterinasclub.
The evening will start at 5 p.m. with a cocktail reception during which guests will view Lamborghinis specially selected for the event along with the rest of owner Dick Marconi’s multi-million dollar car collection. They also will have an opportunity to meet scion Fabio Lamborghini, nephew of the founder and executive director of the Ferruccio Lamborghini Museum in Bologna, Italy.
“Bruno is very well known in Italy for his incredible charitable work so when we decided to embark on a centennial celebration to honor the legacy of the legendary Ferruccio Lamborghini, we wanted to start it here in Orange County and make it a benefit for the children,” said Lamborghini.