May 4, 2009
Dutch Dubbers Keep VW Legacy and Fun Alive At America
Allentown, PA - Woody Allen was sure they would run forever,
and members of one local Volkswagon fan club are intent
on making that happen, so please join them on Saturday,
May 9 for the Dutch Dubbers Cruise-In at America On Wheels
(AOW) in Allentown.
The Dutch Dubbers, who describe themselves as "just a bunch
of VW nuts who like to hang out with other people and talk
about their cars," is open to anyone who owns a Volkswagon
- it doesn't have to be a classic Beetle - or those who
just enjoy talking about the iconic Bug.
"This is a really fun group with a really bright, fun and
easy-going outlook on life and Volkswagons," said AOW Executive
Director Linda Merkel. "There will be some really great
cars in all shapes and conditions here on Saturday, so stop
on over and relive some happy memories of another era in
The Dutch Dubbers is only one of a series of fun and exciting
events on tap at AOW this month. See below for a complete
calendar and go to www.americaonwheels.org for more details.
May 16th -- 10:30 -- 11:30 a.m.
Community Program - "Employee Stress over Economy'
Kevin Flemming from Integrity Personnel, Allentown, will
facilitate a discussion on 'Employee Stress and the Economy'
May 16th -- 9:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Ford Day Join the Ford Falcon Club and cruise in with your
Ford for Ford Day at the museum
May 17th -- 12:30 -- 2:00 p.m.
Rt. 66 Presentation Join Jay Sowers for a presentation on
his cross-country trip on this iconic American highway.
Jay's 1962 Corvette will be on display.
May 17th 1 pm
Cougar Car Cruise The Cougar Car Club of New Jersey will
be cruising to America On Wheels. Come see the Cougars on
May 30th - 10 a.m. - Noon
Scooter Cruise A Scoot for Food - benefiting local emergency
May 30th -- 10:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
Concour d'Elegance Road Tour The exquisite cars of one of
the Lehigh Valley's best known car shows comes to AOW for
a special presentation.
May 30th -- 10:00am - 3:00pm
Big Brothers Big Sisters Recruitment Drive Arby's Charity
Tour Lehigh Valley to promote the need for big brothers
and big sisters for disadvantaged children throughout the
The elaborate galleries of the AOW feature the vehicles
that put our nation, literally, on the road to international
leadership in automotive transportation. Exhibits range
from the latest in personal transportation vehicles, such
as scooters and Segways, to the grand Mack Trucks that help
feed and supply a growing country.
AOW also offers hands-on playtime exhibits and learning
centers for the children and a souvenir shop for race fans
and anyone with an affinity for our automotive legacy. Purchase
your museum tickets by visiting the America on Wheels Museum.
For more information, call the museum staff at 610-432-4200,
e-mail your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org or go
Ticket prices, which include admission to the Community
Program, are $7 for adults, $5 for senior citizens; $3.50
for children ages 6 to 16. Children 5 and under are free.
For More Information:
Linda Merkel - Executive Director
America On Wheels Museum
5 N. Front St. Allentown, PA