Viper Club of America News
|Viper Café Announcement|
As a Viper owner, you know that the Viper is arguably the most iconic car in Chrysler's history. We'd like to see the Viper featured more prominently at the Walter P. Chrysler Museum and the Museum has agreed to remodel its lower level lounge into a “Viper Café” themed space, which will become a semi-permanent exhibit at the museum. The Museum will feature a Viper from its collection in the café, memorabilia from VCA Founding President Maurice Liang's collection, and provide visitors with a historical recap of the car and the club.
Our goal is to raise $20,000 to pay for neon signs, diner-style tables and chairs, and a large mural depicting Viper owners gathered around their cars in the parking lot of the Viper Café. Contributors (and/or their cars) will be painted into the mural. The larger your contribution, the more prominently you’ll be featured in the picture.
Participation in this unique program is limited to VCA Members and spots on the mural are limited. The deadline to register for this opportunity is the earlier of July 31st, 2011 or when mural space is filled so don't delay.
You can find the registration form at http://www.viperclub.org/downloads/ViperCafeSponsorshipForm.pdf
If you have any questions please contact Maurice directly at [email protected] .
Thank you for your support,
Marv Spatz - VCA National President
Maurice Liang - Viper Café Project Coordinator
All Walter P. Chrysler Museum Foundation contributions and sponsorships are tax-deductible according to IRS guidelines. Consult your tax advisor for details.
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