ARMOR Puts the Brakes on 2020 ARMOR Great Pumpkin Classic Car Show – Stay Tuned for 2021 Show!

ARMOR is putting on the brakes for its 2020 ARMOR Great Pumpkin Classic Car Show, but the wheels are already in motion for the 2021 car show, so stay tuned!

The planning committee of the ARMOR Great Pumpkin Classic Car Show didn’t want to do it, but in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2020 ARMOR Great Pumpkin Classic Car Show has been cancelled.  Health and safety in the workplace and in the community is the top priority and the reason for this year’s cancellation.

The proceeds of this annual event are donated each year to the local chapter of the Salvation Army to benefit the communities of Livingston County.  Especially during these unique and uncertain times, please consider making an individual donation of your time or resources to them at www.salvationarmylivingston.org.

Over the past 13 years, this classic car show has grown in size, participation and reputation; from the first show held in 2007 with 40 cars, to recent years where 450 cars attended. To date, this event has raised over $171,000.

Plans for 2021 are in overdrive and we are going to rally!  Mark your calendar now for October 2, 2021, the date for the 13th annual ARMOR Great Pumpkin Classic Car Show.  For additional information and to register for the 2021 show, contact us at greatpumpkin@armorvci.com

ARMOR Sponsors Local Great Pumpkin Classic Car Show

ARMOR joined as a major sponsor and took over the organization and planning of the Howell, Michigan, ARMOR Great Pumpkin Classic Car Show with all proceeds to benefit The Salvation Army of Livingston County. The 2018 show was a record breaker with 450 participating cars and $17047.10 collected for the Salvation Army.

ARMOR Hosts United Way Event

The Livingston County United Way welcomed area CEOs to ARMOR’s International Corporate Headquarters for an exclusive behind-the-scenes tour and breakfast meeting. ARMOR hosted the event to support the United Way and to assist in bringing local business leaders together to discuss and share ideas on the importance of companies encouraging volunteerism and giving back to the community.

ARMOR & United Way Day Of Caring

As part of its ARMOR VALOR program, ARMOR employees gave of their time and their effort to participate in theLivingston County United Way Day of Caring project. This one-day community service event is held each year and in addition to giving ARMOR employees work release time to participate, ARMOR’s media/video specialist Steve Goers produced a Day of Caring video for the United Way’s use to recap the 2015 event and promote Day of Caring for future years.

ARMOR Debuts Its Valor Program

ARMOR formally established and debuted its employee volunteer program named VALOR, which is an acronym for Volunteers of ARMOR. As part of VALOR, all ARMOR employees are given 24 hours of paid work release time to participate in volunteer opportunities that serve and support the community.