The Speaker called the 1917 Franklin and the trophy was ours!
If you hear "Hershey, PA" you think "Chocolate", of course! Well, not necessarily. Hershey is also the town that hosts the Antique Automobile Club of America (AACA) national car show each year. John Henderson, former Alamo plant manager, has been taking care of three gorgeous company owned automobiles since the mid ’90's: a 1937 Cadillac, a 1927 Stutz Blackhawk and a 1917 Franklin Runabout. All of the cars have been restored and in the last 4 years they have been shown in different Antique Automobile Club of America car shows to let car enthusiasts see their awesome design and detail. Over the years, all three vehicles have been awarded prizes and most recently, the 1917 Franklin Runabout won the "Senior" award at the AACA event on October 11th in Hershey, PA. In attendance at the event was John Henderson, Henry Mueller, Alamo quarry supervisor (and antique car specialist), Alessandro Rossi, Alamo plant manager, Massimo Toso, CEO of Buzzi Unicem in the US, and John White, senior vice president of logistics.