Visit The Dale Earnhardt Auto Show This June

Local auto shows usually aren’t something to get excited about, but the Dale Earnhardt Auto Show is a different story. Taking place on June 17th at Dale Earnhardt Chevrolet in Newton, North Carolina, attendees will enjoy food, drinks, cars of all shapes and sizes, and much more! Come out and have some fun at the auto show at Dale Earnhardt Chevrolet!

Attendees have the opportunity to help determine the winner of several awards, namely the Best Car, Best Truck, and Top 100 Cars Awarded. Meanwhile, dealership staff and special guests will determine which vehicle is awarded the Earnhardt’s Choice Award.

Each year, NASCAR teams, local businesses, and massive corporations donate to the silent auction. Some of the items are fairly expensive when in retail, but they can be yours for a much lower price! Will you start the bidding?

Attendees will even have the opportunity to walk away with some cash in hand if they win the 50/50 raffle. Raffle proceeds go to the YMCA.

No auto show is complete without food and vendors! Local businesses and Dale Earnhardt Chevrolet serve breakfast and lunch at affordable prices.

All proceeds from the Dale Earnhardt Auto Show will benefit the Dale Earnhardt Foundation.

We here at Dale Earnhardt Chevrolet hope to see you at the auto show this coming June!

Living in a House While Renovating

Living in a House While Renovating

Having recently undergone a remodeling and renovation ourselves, we speak from experience when we say it isn’t easy. While the end result in an attractive, modern look and streamlined interior, being present throughout the process could be stressful at times. Live and learn, as they say!

We have a few tips for living in a house while renovating drawn from our personal experience here at Dale Earnhardt Chevrolet.

  • Know the Schedule It’s incredibly important to know the construction schedule if you plan on living in your house throughout the renovation. Make sure to deactivate your security system during those hours. Knowing the schedule ahead of time will also offer more privacy.
  • Contain Kids and Pets Kids and pets tend to wander, and that generally doesn’t end well in construction areas. Do your best to keep your wandering loved ones contained. In addition to a potential accident, other problems could include construction delays and extra stress that you simply don’t need.
  • Wear Shoes A construction site is a hot bed of fallen nails, scattered screws, and wily wood chippings. Wearing shoes is pertinent to protecting your feet, even if you are not walking through the construction area constantly. It only takes one pierced foot and a trip to the emergency room to make you wonder if the renovation will be worth it.