Last night, Gordon and I were invited to attend a dinner at the prestigious Ipswich and Suffolk Club organised by an exclusive group of local business investors. They get together to discuss opportunities over a meal and drinks and hear from different speakers specialising in all aspects of business and culture.
We were there to discuss the future of classic cars, to answer questions on Bridge Classic Cars and the market trends we are seeing in the classic car world and to talk about what we believe would be the right investment opportunities.
After dinner speaking does not come naturally to either myself nor Gordon but we both thoroughly enjoyed it. I guess what made it that little bit easier was that we both love what we do and classic cars are in our blood, it’s our passion.
Thank you for the opportunity and if you are reading this and were there on the evening, I hope you enjoyed what we had to say.
And if you want to add a touch of class to your event, forget me and Gordon, why not consider having Molly and the Bridge team come along.
Molly’s experience with classic cars and vintage lifestyle is extensive. As a seasoned presenter at Bridge Classic Cars, she has accumulated a wealth of knowledge in classic cars. Alongside this, she is a professional singer and actress who graduated with a BA(Hons) in Musical Theatre. Molly is part of The Three Chordettes, a female vocal harmony group, specialising in vintage swing and jazz hits from the 1940s and 1950s.
Her passion for these classic vehicles and all things vintage shines through in every word she speaks, captivating audiences with fascinating insights into the history, mechanics, and stories behind each classic car.