Over 30,000 auto enthusiasts from around the world attended the inaugural Exotics on Las Olas (EOL), Broward county’s first-ever event showcasing 250 of the rarest, and luxurious automobiles. A portion of the events proceeds were donated to the Wounded Veterans Relief Fund, a non-profit organization who strives to provide emergency support to qualified veterans.
The event began with the National Anthem which was sang by country singer, and South Florida native Jessie Lee. In addition to the serenade, the military color guard presented flags and a flyover by coastguard helicopter during the opening ceremonies.
The world leader in handcrafted American-made motorcycles, Orange County Chopper (OCC), revealed its first-ever retail lines of bikes, named the “Senior” series. Paul Teutul Sr., founder of OCC, was onsite for the monumental debut, allowing all guest the first opportunity to preview the limited-edition bikes.
The event was produced alongside the inaugural Florida Exotic Car Weekend and presented in partnership by the Greater Fort Lauderdale Convention and Visitors Bureau and the Las Olas Association.
Additional Exotics on Las Olas included Ferrari of Fort Lauderdale, Lamborghini Broward, McLaren Palm Beach, Holman Lauderdale Imports Rolls-Royce, Holman Lauderdale Imports Aston Martin and many more.
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