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DFW Chapter 1Q Meet 'N Greet

  • 03/21/2020
  • 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
  • Grapevine, Texas

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  • By registering you are RSVP'ing to attend this event and will notify the club administrator in the event your plans change. No guest fee for immediate family members or employees who are members if you are a sponsor.
  • By registering you are RSVP'ing to attend this event and will notify the club administrator in the event your plans change. Guests must pay a $12.50 guest fee at time of RSVP registration.
  • By registering you are RSVP'ing to attend this event and will notify the club administrator in the event your plans change. You and your guests must each pay a $15.00 fee at time of RSVP registration.
  • By registering you are RSVP'ing you will attend this event and will notify the club administrator in the event your plans change. You and your guests must each pay a $15.00 fee at time of RSVP registration.

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Join the Cadillac V-Club for our first Meet 'N Greet event for 2020 on Saturday, March 21 at 5:00PM at Willhoit's Restaurant in Grapevine, Texas.

Address:
Downtown Grapevine on Main Street
432 S. Main Street
Grapevine, Texas

Texas size ALL-YOU-CAN-EAT buffet menu. Live music starts at 9:00PM.  We have the Board Room reserved which is located at the top of the stairs near the buffet. This private room features two long banquet tables that seat up to 60 people and there will be room for overflow downstairs.

PARKING:  Please plan to arrive by 4:030APM to park and socialize. There is public parking across the street.

All V-Club members and sponsors are invited to join us for a meal compliments of the Cadillac V-Club.  Guests must be immediate family members.  Prospective members are also welcome to join us at this event for a nominal guest fee.

This is a pre-booked event and a private room has been reserved.  You MUST RSVP to attend this event by registering yourself and the number of guests that will be attending with you.

ABOUT WILLHOIT'S

Willhoite’s is one of the most unique restaurants in Texas, but it is also one of the oldest and most historical buildings in Grapevine! Built in 1914, the building first served as a dry goods store and was used for a time as a theater. In 1919, it was transformed into the first automotive garage in Grapevine.

The name Willhoite’s came from the name that Andrew Wiley Willhoite and Bart H. Starr used for their garage business, the first one-stop service station in the city with auto repair, battery re-building, tire sales and service, auto parts and accessories, and wrecker service.

Willhoite’s garage was also the local dealer for Attwater-Kent batteries, radios and the Vulcan wind-driven battery charger, which made it possible for many families in outlying areas to have electricity in their homes.

In 1936, Ted Willhoite joined his father in the business and at that time, the first electric gasoline pump and hydraulic auto lift were installed. Ted Willhoite closed the garage and retired in 1975. Phil Parker, a Grapevine native, purchased the building in 1981 and renovated it into Willhoite’s Restaurant, restoring it as authentically possible and keeping many aspects of the automotive shop.



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