Petersen Automotive Museum Brings Cars and Coffee Tradition Online
A video featuring everyone’s submissions will premiere on April 26.
For the last eight years, Petersen Automotive Museum has hosted a Cars and Coffee event on the last Sunday of every month. The event brings the local Los Angeles community together to talk about cars, drink coffee and win awards. Petersen is now opening up the tradition to the world by launching its first-ever online Cars and Coffee following COVID-19 lock-down policies.
To join the event, participants must submit a 20 to 30 second video of their car to the museum via Petersen’s website. Petersen will then compile the videos and premiere the final 90-minute long video featuring everyone’s cars live on YouTube. Car enthusiasts around the world will be able to share their stories with each other. During the premiere, participants will be able to vote on the People’s Choice Award. Following the poll, Petersen will announce the Petersen Perfection award and Best in Show, which will be shipped to the owners following the event.
Submit your video for the online Cars and Coffee event from now until April 24 on Petersen’s website. The final video will be available to livestream on April 26.
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