Jeremy Flowers, special event assistant for the East Texas Crisis Center Auto & Cycle Show, will be interviewed this week on the Tyler Chamber Radio Show.
The 2014 East Texas Auto & Cycle Show, benefiting the East Texas Crisis Center, is scheduled for Feb. 14 through 16 at Harvey Convention Center. The annual show will feature antique, vintage, classic and special interest cars, trucks and motorcycles. This year’s collection will be a tribute to the 50th anniversary of the Mustang and will include a 1964 1/2 Mustang Convertible that recently has been restored by the members of the Mustangs of East Texas. This year’s raffle car is a 1966 Mustang Convertible, white with black top and red pony interior. The factory Mustang with a GT package boasts a 289 HP motor, is automatic, has after-market air-conditioning and the original motor odometer reads 55,000 miles. The vintage Mustang has been donated by Tyler Ford. For more information, visit www.autoandcylcleshow.com .
Businesses on the 30-minute show include Thomas Wright, owner of Thomas Wright & Associates; David Rands, owner of Front Street Automotive; and Kelly Dison, agent at Sellers Patterson Insurance. Tyler Area Chamber of Commerce Chief Operating Officer Henry Bell also will be on the show, found at TylerPaper.com.