Concours d'Elegance at Copshaholm and the Museum Campus (The History Museum and the Studebaker National Museum): $15
Concours d'Elegance at Copshaholm only: $5
Museum Members: $5 for Concours and Campus Experience. This refers to members of The History Museum, the Studebaker National Museum, and Campus members.
Children 5 and Under: Free
The National Relationship Manager for Hagerty, Brad Phillips has been a car enthusiast for as long as he can remember. His passion, knowledge and experience have grown by owning and restoring cars from the Nickel era through the 1980s. A veteran of long distance tours and rallies such as the Great American Race, Brad holds the distinction of being the only person to attempt to drive an Amphicar from Tennessee to Vermont. In the past two years, he has also put well over 15,000 miles on his Ferrari 308, driving it to events all over the country as proof that cars are meant to be enjoyed on the open road. Brad is also in the middle of restoring an original Sunbeam Tiger, and expects to be carving up the back roads by the end of the year. Professionally, Brad has been involved with collector car insurance since 2003, working with enthusiasts worldwide to protect assets like those on the show field today.”
Chief Judge Matt Short believes the automobile is “the greatest piece of art ever placed on 4 wheels” and is one of the nation’s foremost automotive historians. His professional experience includes The Henry Ford, The R.E. Olds Museum, The Auburn Cord Duesenberg Automobile Museum, and America's Packard Museum. Matt currently serves on the board of the Society of Automotive Historians and has previously served on the boards of the National Association of Automobile Museums and Packard Motor Car Foundation. A frequent judge at Concours d’Elegance events from coast to coast, Matt’s passion is pre-World War II Full Classic® automobiles. He is particularly drawn to large, complicated vehicles that were expensive when new and is the proud owner of an all-original 1937 Rolls Royce 25/30 with a Windovers saloon body.
Master of Ceremonies
The Concours at Copshaholm’s Master of Ceremonies Bill Rothermel has had a lifelong interest in cars, both small and large. As an automotive historian and avid collector of miniature automobiles and automobilia, Bill’s interests include the Brass and Classic Eras, muscle cars, European sports cars, and postwar American cars. He currently serves as the Master of Ceremonies of the Boca Raton Concours d’Elegance, Boca Raton, Florida; The Elegance, Hershey, Pennsylvania; the Concours of America, St. Johns, Michigan; the Radnor Concours d’Elegance, Malvern, Pennsylvania; the St. Michaels Concours d’Elegance, St. Michaels, Maryland; The Hemmings Concours, Lake George, New York. As a freelance writer, Bill’s work has been featured in national, international, club and concours publications such as Automobile Quarterly, The Flying Lady, Old Cars Weekly, and Sports Car Market, among others.