On September 3rd Toulouse will be the first city in France to host a Cars & Coffee event, the task of this first chapter relies on the shoulders of local organizer Adrien Alvarez.
Adrien came to know Cars & Coffee a while back searching for events close to him or at least on French soil. What he found, instead, was some report on the Brescia event that disclosed to him how the C&C network works.
What did strike you the most when you started knowing Cars & Coffee?
I deeply love cars and I’m always on the lookout for cool events but this has become synonymous with very long travels: in France at the moment there seems to be a lack of events aimed at luxury super and hyper-cars. We love to see them, owners love to gather and have fun with like-minded people so…why is this not happening? What I saw in Cars & Coffee was the huge potential of both reaching lots of owners and enthusiasts and, most of all a style that was exactly what I had in mind.
So, what is that makes C&C events stand out from the others?
I am really looking forward to meeting plenty of interesting people in the upcoming event in Lugano, but what I want to really embrace and resemble in my first event this September is the atmosphere. The spirit of a C&C events is what stands out: you get stunning, rare and rarely seem supercars and so many people gathering in comfortable and classy locations. Plus, you get to have the public to greet you and have fun. I believe there’s nothing better!
What do you want to give your guests in September?
I want to provide them with an unforgettable fun experience, I have some great ideas that we’ll slowly divulge. Let me just hint that we’ll have a huge closing party – with a VIP reserved area… I am lucky to live in a wonderful area and we’ll exploit all its possibilities for everyone to enjoy.
There’s still time for owners to join until late August, coming back from the summer holidays will be fun, we guarantee!