(Tacoma, WA) – America’s Car Museum will be hosting The LeMay Museum Grand Tour 2007 starting June 25 in Paris, France and ending July 1 in Rome, Italy. Participants will have the option to rent an exotic car of their choice or ship their own to drive while touring some of the most exclusive locations throughout Europe.

All hotel accommodations, meals and drinks throughout the event will be covered in the original fee. Support and facilities from the Grand Tour team will be provided including a full technical back-up team, road books, maps and access to all the special events as well as assistance with local information at over night stops.

Some of the tours highlights include one night accommodations at Hotel Georges V in Paris, Hotel Le Mont Blanc in the French Alps, Hotel Bulgari in Milan, a private tour of both the Ferrari and Maserati factories in Modena, and a private viewing of Michelangelo’s legendary David, with dinner in the 15th Century Villa San Michele among many other exclusive experiences on this once in a lifetime tour. The tour offers an array of dining and cultural experiences as well.

Space will be limited to 20 participants and the entry fee per team (two persons) is US$ 27,500, with $10,000 being contributed to the LeMay Museum’s campaign to build America’s foremost auto museum in Tacoma. It also qualifies the entrants as life time members of the Museum’s Collectors Club with member only events world-wide.

For more information about the tour, please contact Valerie O’Shea, Executive Assistant to the President & CEO at (253) 779-8490, e-mail her at [email protected] or visit the LeMay Museum Grand Tour 2007 website at www.lemaymuseum.org/grandtour.

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