CARLISLE, Pa. – Carlisle
Events announced today their intent to strictly enforce their current
space-usage restrictions rule for the 2006 Spring and Fall Collector
Car Swap Meets. The rule states that swap meet spaces shall be used
for sale of cars, parts, and automotive accessories only, and may not
be used solely as camping or parking spaces. In addition, merchandise
for sale in spaces must be a minimum 80% automotive. This has always
been the intent of Carlisle Events, but not actively enforced.
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Events CEO, John Detrick commented , "The Spring and Fall Swap Meets
are the mainstays of our business. Between the two events we host
almost 200,000 spectators from all over the country and the
world. It's imperative that we maintain the integrity of our shows and
the trust of our customers by providing an experience that is beyond
their expectations! Both Carlisle Events management, and our vendor
base want to give our customers the quality they expect.”
limited area solely for non-automotive merchandise will be established
to accommodate spouses and families who frequently accompany the
hobbyist to the Spring and Fall shows," said Diane Vaughn, Carlisle
Events Director of Customer Relations. "For many years we have been
viewed as the industry leader when it comes to our swap meets. We're
proud of what we do, and want to raise the bar so that our events will
continue to be viewed as models by which others are measured."
Events, host of 11 collector car, truck and motorcycle events each
year, attracts more than half-a-million people to its 82-acre
fairgrounds in Carlisle, Pa., each year. Included in the annual
schedule are two huge automotive swap meets – in the spring and fall –
two collector car auctions, and individual specialty shows featuring
Corvettes, Fords, GMs, Chryslers, trucks, motorcycles, sport compacts
and imports. Founded in 1974 by friends Bill Miller and Chip Miller,
the “Cars at Carlisle” shows attract automotive enthusiasts from around