Georgetown Area Car Club © 2014-2018 All Rights Reserved
Gordon Vermillion, President
Sal Caravello, Vice President
Don Landry, Secretary-Treasurer
The club is proud of the variety of vehicles that can be found at any of its gatherings or events - everything from antiques to late model, from originals to highly modified. If you have a vehicle you think is special, or even if you don't, but just share the passion, we would be happy to call you a member.
The Georgetown Texas Area Car Club (GTACC) was founded in 2005 by five Georgetown car enthusiasts who were simply looking for a vehicle (pun intended) to get together with other enthusiasts, have fun, and share their passion for antique and classic cars with communities in the central Texas area.
They probably never imagined that, years later, their informal gatherings would grow into an active and community-oriented club with more than one hundred members and an even larger number of vehicles.
The Georgetown Texas Area Car Club, founded in 2005, is a non-profit Social and Recreation Club dedicated to promoting the enjoyment of classic, antique and special-interest vehicles.
Pictured Left to right: Cody Kneupper, EVHS Automotive Technology Instructor, Don Landry, GTACC Secretary-Treasurer; Joel Contreras Ramirez (EVHS); Cameron Derry Oliver (GHS); and Gordon Vermillion, GTACC Vice President. Not Pictured - Alfredo Reyes - EVHS.
The Club provided scholarships to two East View HS students and one Georgetown HS student totaling of $6,000. The students were recognized at the GISD Scholarship Awards Ceremony on May 17, 2018.
The majority of the funding for the scholarships and other charitable causes supported by GTACC, is raised at the GTACC Car Show, held annually in May. This event is growing every year, and is rapidly developing a reputation for one of the best organized and enjoyable car shows in the central Texas area.
GTACC is a non profit Social and Recreation Club and a proud member of the Georgetown Chamber of Commerce. The club is a regular participant of the Red Poppy Festival parade, and supports local festivals, promotions and charitable events whenever possible.
GTACC awards the "Bob Olofson Memorial Scholarship" to graduating Georgetown and East View High School seniors who have successfully completed the Automotive Technology Program and have committed to continuing their formal education.