Win 4 Passes To Allure of the Automobile Exhibit

May 13, 2010

AND and Original Happy Car Polo Shirt!

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It’s all about cars! Happy Cars! This week, win 4 passes to the Allure of the Automobile Exhibit at the High Museum of Art, AND an Original Happy Car Polo Shirt for your kid. You choose the exhibit date, and shirt sizes range from 12 months to size 6. To enter, email me at by Wednesday, May 19th at 8am with subject “Happy Cars”. You must be a subscriber to enter. Winner will be chosen at random and notified that day.


The Original Happy Car has been selected by Atlanta's High Museum of Art as the exclusive baby and toddler clothing company for “The Allure of the Automobile” exhibit. Created by an Atlanta Dad who likes drawing cars on the bathtub wall for his toddler son during bath time, The Original Happy Car is a collection of classic children’s clothing that is fun for everyone. Be sure to check out their section in the exhibit's gift shop, or online at


Kids love cars…so the Allure of the Automobile exhibit is the perfect time to take them on a trip to the museum. Continuing through June 20th, the exhibition features 18 of the world's rarest and most brilliantly conceived cars ranging from the 1930s to the mid-1960s, including masterpieces by Bugatti, Duesenberg, Jaguar, Mercedes-Benz, Porsche and Ferrari. These cars combine state-of-the-art engineering, meticulous craftsmanship and groundbreaking design to create works of "rolling sculpture."


The automobiles on view at the High include one-of-a-kind, custom-built designs that incorporate remarkable advances in automotive styling and engineering. The sections of the exhibition trace the evolution of the motorcar, examining the contrasts between European and American design, the influence of decorative arts and design, and the significant changes in automotive styling and engineering both before and after World War II.


The featured automobiles have also won awards at prestigious world events such as the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance, broken records on racetracks and were previously owned by noted car enthusiasts such as Hollywood legends Clark Gable and Steve McQueen. For more on the exhibit, visit the High website at


The Allure of the Automobile is organized by the High Museum of Art. The exhibition is made possible by its Lead Corporate Sponsor, Porsche Cars North America, Inc. Additional support provided by NAPA. 

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