The Chrysler Employee Motorsport Association (CEMA) is a non-profit group of FCA US employees and retirees who get together to do different car events and share their passion for vehicles. The group doesn’t have restrictions on members being Mopar owners either. Many of the members own vehicles from other brands and even a few members have motorcycle collections. Among their group events is the annual CEMA show, held on the Chrysler Technical Center campus in Auburn Hills.
The CEMA organization raises money from the event and donates it to a local non-profit group to benefit the community. For the past couple of years, the money raised has gone to the amazing Leader Dogs For The Blind organization. The program is for the training of dogs to assist the blind in their everyday lives and giving those dogs to owners in need. Money raised at the event is not from spectator fees, but the entry fee of the cars participating. So the event is open to the public at no cost.
The 30th Annual CEMA Charity Car Show will take place on Saturday, June 8, 2019, on the grounds of the FCA Headquarters and Tech Center in Auburn Hills, MI. Highlights of the show include:
- Proceeds benefit Leader Dogs for the Blind, Rochester, MI
- All makes and models are welcome
- Celebrating the Trucks & Turbos
Registration and Check-In will take place in Lot 26 on the FCA Campus in Auburn Hills, MI. The Car Show will take place in Lot 25. The show will be held ‘rain or shine. Advance Registrations close on Sunday, June 2, 2019, at 11:59 PM.
The MoparInsiders staff will be on hand with our long-term Dodge Charger R/T AWD Sport. We will be broadcasting LIVE from the CEMA Charity Car Show on our Facebook and Instagram accounts, so if you can’t attend, stay tuned.