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The 15th annual Cars on Fifth show will be held on the 9 of February, 2019 on beautiful 5th Avenue South in Naples. This event, the largest one-day event in Naples, is organized by the Naples Chapter of the Ferrari Club of America. The event will once again raise critically important funds for St. Matthew’s House, which does so much for the homeless and those in need in the Naples area. More than $250,000 has been raised at each of the last two Cars on Fifth shows, with 100% of the proceeds directly benefiting St. Matthew’s House.
“We are excited to partner again with the Ferrari Club of America’s Naples Chapter for Cars on 5th,” said Vann Ellison, President and CEO of St. Matthew’s House. “This event, which has become a highlight every year in our community, is our largest fundraising event. St. Matthew’s House takes 100% of the proceeds from Cars on Fifth and put it right back into the community, directly impacting lives of vulnerable men, women, and families among us.” continued Ellison. For over 30 years, St. Matthew’s House has fought homelessness, hunger, substance abuse, and poverty in Southwest Florida.
This year’s show, which will run from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., will feature more than 575 cars, including over 125 Ferraris, as well as many other domestic and international exotics, vintage and American muscle cars, Corvettes, and Porsches that will satisfy any car enthusiast’s must-see list. Sponsorship of the event is provided by Ferrari of Fort Lauderdale, Seminole Casino Hotel in Immokalee, Bank of America, Key Bank, Wells Fargo Advisors, US Trust, MarineMax, Naples Luxury Imports and Tire Choice.
Additionally, this year the Ferrari Club will be showcasing a number of premium exotic Ferraris in a dedicated area known as the Ferrari Scuderia. This will be a VIP section dedicated to the most valuable and special Ferraris, and MarineMax will also be exhibiting stunning boats designed by Pininfarina in this area.
There will be a change this year in the admissions process for the event. All attendees will need to wear a wristband for entrance to the event area.
The 2019 running of Cars on 5th will be the first opportunity to evaluate these changes, and the Ferrari Club and the Naples city staff will evaluate the success of these changes after the show. The overriding goal remains, as always, to benefit St. Matthew’s House in its mission, while providing a fun and safe day for the residents of Collier County.