CARLISLE, Pa. – Miss America
2005 visits the Carlisle Fairgrounds this weekend to see Corvettes at
Carlisle. Deidre Downs will appear at the tent near the stage and will
sign autographs on Saturday.
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Deidre Downs was born in
Birmingham, Ala., on July 7, 1980. She plans to attend University of
Alabama School of Medicine with the goal of becoming a pediatrician.
Her platform for the Miss America Contest was curing childhood cancer.
has been a Rhodes Scholar Finalist, a Magna cum Laude graduate, a
University of Virginia Echols Scholar with Intermediate Honors and has
won the Daily Point of Light Award No. 2433. Her talent is singing.
Come see the very beautiful and talented current Miss America at Corvettes at Carlisle Saturday only.
its 24th year, Corvettes at Carlisle is home to some 2,500 Corvettes
and thousands of vendors selling memorabilia, Vettabilia, car parts and
Special exhibits included a 50th anniversary
celebration with select 1955 Corvettes; a Corvette Race Reunion,
featuring C4, C5 and C6 race cars and drivers; 10th and 15th
anniversary ZR-1 reunions; and Lance Miller’s Carlisle Callaway
Corvette C6. Other activities included a Corvette auction by Mecum, a
benefit auction for Amyloidosis Research, a dyno center where you can
test your horsepower, a Corvette parade to downtown, a cook-off and a
Visitors were invited to meet the engineers
including Dave Hill, Corvette chief engineer, and Wil Cooksey, Corvette
plant manager, and learn about all GM has to offer, including the new
The National Corvette Restorers Society presented its
unique Corvette collection in a gallery. Sponsored by West Coast
Corvettes, the NCCC judged show field was hosted by York County
Corvette Club. Many Corvettes participated in the autocross, sponsored
by Cumberland Valley Corvette Club.
At noon on Saturday,
thousands of Corvette owners revved their Corvettes’ engines for 15
seconds, following by a moment of silence, in tribute to Chip Miller,
co-founder of Carlisle Events.
One lucky attendee won a
low-mileage 1991 ZR-1 just for being at the show. Corvettes at Carlisle
was fun for the entire family. The Women’s Oasis and free kids’
activities entertained all members of the family.
Gates open at
7 a.m. General admission is $12 daily. On-grounds parking for Corvettes
only is $10. Children under 12 years old are admitted free. Visit
carsatcarlisle.com/corvette or call (717) 243-7855 for more
information. Call 1(877) 727-8573 for hotel information. Carlisle
Events welcomes Meguiar’s, eBay Motors and Advance Auto Parts, official
auto parts store of Carlisle Events.