Communica Participates in Ottawa Hills Auto Show to Benefit Impact Teen Drivers


An eclectic array of classic cars rolled into town on Saturday, September 22, to take part in the Ottawa Hills Auto Show. Held in conjunction with the 14th annual Ottawa Hills Fall Festival, the event featured nearly 80 vehicles–including everything from a 1932 Ford Rat Rod to a 2018 Mercedes-AMG G63. Trophies were awarded in seven different categories.

Communica’s David Kanarowski served as the show’s chairman and lead organizer. Communica designed the show’s logo, promotional materials and apparel.

Proceeds from the event will benefit Impact Teen Drivers, a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting anti-distracted driving educational programs to new drivers and their passengers. Special thanks to the event’s presenting sponsor, Bobby Jorgensen’s Kistler Ford, and the following supporting sponsors: Buckeye Broadband, Shorty’s Back Forty, Broer-Freeman Jewelers, Russ’ Auto Wash, TEAVANA, Lay’s Transmission, Impact Teen Drivers and Communica.