Aristocrat Motors is proud to be a sponsor of the 46th annual Kansas City Symphony Designers’ Showhouse.
The organization responsible for the 46th Symphony Designers’ Showhouse is the Kansas City Symphony Alliance, a nonprofit volunteer organization which promotes an interest in classical music throughout the Kansas City area. The group is particularly interested in the Kansas City Symphony and the Kansas City Symphony’s programming, young peoples’ concert and youth activities, and helps with these projects through through volunteerism, educational projects, social activities and fund-raising projects. The group’s main fund raising project is the Symphony Designers’ Showhouse, now in its 46th year.
This year all of the art within the house was beautifully complimented by four of Europe’s finest convertibles. A Porsche Boxster, Mercedes-Benz SLK250, Jaguar F-Type, and Maserati GranCabrio adorned the driveway of 96 Janssen Place. The manufacturers of these cars have just as much history as the house where the event was held. Constructed in 1911, 96 Janssen Place has been owned by lawyers, politicians, and wealthy Kansas Citians since its completion. The home has only been enriched over time, as have the cars from Porsche, Mercedes-Benz, Jaguar, and Maserati.
Attendees enjoyed seeing the beautiful cars as well as enjoying fabulous food and raising money for charity.
For more information on the Symphony Show House, visit http://showhouse.org/
For a complete listing of all of Aristocrat Motors’ convertible invntory, click here.
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