If cleanliness is next to Godliness, then the Automotive Addicts Cars and Coffee monthly car meet is truly blessed. On the second Saturday of every month, true automotive enthusiasts gather together at the monthly Automotive Addicts Cars and Coffee car show held in Jacksonville, FL. With a fond appreciation for quality and style, proving the old adage that a clean ride reflects the pride and joy of its owner, no where else is this more readily apparent than at the meet.
With a diverse assortment of rides ranging from exotic to excessive, stock, custom, mild and wild, import and domestic, the Automotive Addicts Cars and Coffee monthly car meet tends to attract an eclectic assortment of autos; a truly diverse cross-section of cars and enthusiasts gather here monthly in America’s “largest city” (in land area). As one would expect, these car owners share one thing in common a love for good looking cars.
Automotive Addicts.com had the opportunity to interview a few of the patrons at one of our recent events and find out firsthand what products they used to keep their cars looking so good. Of the car owners we spoke with, most responded that they had used or were familiar with the “Mother’s” brand of car care products. For their participation, each respondent received a complementary bottle of quick detailer and a bag of other assorted Mother’s goodies. We thank Mother’s Polish for their support and look forward to promoting this and other fine car care products at our upcoming events.
About the Mother’s brand of Polishes, Waxes, and Cleaners:
Mothers Polish is a family owned business founded in 1971 with decades of experience in making cars look good. Originally offering “Mother’s Mag and Aluminum Polish” their product line has been expanded to include applications for paint, gel coat, interior, tires, wheels, and even special vehicle care. With their on-going support in the automotive care and detailing industry, Mother’s Polish has become a fixture in the OEM and aftermarket community promoting and sponsoring participants in events such as National Auto Sport Association’s (NASA) competitive racing series, various other motorsports events and the “Power Tour” and proving that after 30 years there’s still “no shine like Mothers.”