American MGB Association Meet 2010 Announced

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Contact: The American MGB Association at 773-878-5055, meet@mgclub.org or www.mgclub.org

The American MGB Association’s 33rd Annual Meet – AMGBA MEET 2010 – for the MGB, MGB-GT & Midget – Sussex, Wisconsin – June 20. 2010.

MG sports car production as we know it was discontinued in 1980 with the closing of  the famed Abingdon-On-Thames works in the United Kingdom. But these modern  day classics are being preserved forever here in North America by members of the American MGB Association. There recently has been renewed enthusiasm with the introduction of new MG models in Asia.

Headquartered in Chicago, the AMGBA serves enthusiastic MGB, MGB-GT, and MG Midget owners throughout the USA, Canada and throughout the world. Each year, the AMGBA holds its National Meet.

The 1978 initial gathering was held in Chicago. In 1979 and 1980 the  AMGBA National Conventions were held in New York state, in Ithaca and Glens Falls. The organization’s growth and success led to renting the world famous  Indianapolis 500 Motor Speedway in 1981 for that year’s AMGBA National  Convention. In 1982, the AMGBA held its first National Convention outside  the USA in Kingston, Ontario, Canada. In the years 1983 and 1984, the AMGBA went west for the first time in Lake Tahoe, California and Boulder,  Colorado. In 1985, the AMGBA held two conventions in Santa Barbara,  California and Abingdon, Illinois. In 1986, we visited Texas during its 150 year anniversary in San Antonio, Texas and in 1987 we visited the Saratoga  Springs area of beautiful upstate New York. In 1988, the convention site was Kansas City, Missouri. In 1989, we visited the Great Northwest part of our country in Springfield, Oregon.

In 1990 the convention was held in Atlanta, Georgia which was a first for the Southeast portion of the country. In 1991 we returned to the site of our first convention in Chicago and in 1992, we returned to the West Coast to the beautiful San Francisco Bay area in Palo Alto, California. In  1993,  we traveled to New England at  Keene, New Hampshire / Westminster, Vermont, the site of the Westminster MG Museum.  In 1994, we went for the first time to the San Diego, California area at the world famous Del Mar race track.  In 1995 we went to Memphis, Tennessee, home of the blues and the Graceland Mansion of Elvis Presley.  In 1996 we joined with all of the major MG clubs in North America for MG Indy ’96 in Indianapolis, Indiana at the Indy 500 track. In 1997 we were on the West Coast in the San Francisco area at Palo Alto, California. In 1998, we were in Charlotte, North Carolina at the Lake Campus of Davidson College. In 1999, we went  to Los Angeles, California.

In 2000, we went to Armagh, Pennsylvania and joined with the TRF Summer Party and in 2001 we were in Houston, Texas for the Houston MG Club’s All British Motor Vehicle Exposition. In 2002 we again went to the San Francisco, California area for the Palo Alto British Car Meet. For 2003 we visited Florida and the Space Coast in Titusville, Florida. In 2004, we visited picturesque Cape Cod in Massachusetts for the Cape Cod British Car Club’s British Legends Weekend. In 2005, we were in San Diego, California at Fairbrook Farms in Bonsall for San Diego British Car Day. We were in Maryland in 2006 at the MGs on the Rocks Show and in 2007 we went to Charlotte, North Carolina at the MGs on the Green Show. In 2008 we were in Armagh, Pennsylvania with The Roadster Factory Summer Party and for 2009 we planned for a show n the Central Valley of California.

And for 2010 we will be for the first time in Wisconsin for the British Car Field Day just outside of Milwaukee. Join us for a great time!
It promises to be a great time and a memorable experience for all that attend.

For more information contact the above, write to the American MGB Association, P.O. Box 11401, Chicago, IL 60611, call 773-878-5055, email us at meet@mgclub.org or explore our web site at www.mgclub.org.