Sponsors, Supporters, Vendors

The Texas ABCD organizers welcome support from individuals, businesses, and organizations aimed at promoting driving, care and feeding of Classic British Cars and their owners. There are three levels of support for Texas ABCD.


A business or other entity that provides funds; items in kind; services; or substantial support to the TX ABCD equating to at least $500 value. In return, Sponsor entities are featured prominently on the TX ABCD website; corporate membership for one year in the HCTC; a complimentary subscription to the award-winning Hill Country Triumph Club newsletter The Ragtop; and have their logos featured prominently at the All British Car Days show venue.


A Supporter is an individual or business entity that donates cash or items in kind valued no less than $50 up to $500. Supporters will be named on the Texas ABCD website and will receive a one-year subscription to the award-winning Hill Country Triumph Club newsletter, The Ragtop.


A vendor comes to the Texas ABCD car show and displays their wares or services to the show attendees. Vendors are charged a fee for display, and are given a 10 x 10 space at the venue, aligned with the car show. Vendors will also have their name and a short write-up on the TX ABCD website.


About Dos Conchas Ranch

Just three miles north of Marble Falls, Dos Conchas Ranch is home to stunning country vistas, beautiful horses, classic cars, an old-time dancehall and hill country adventure under a stunning Texas sky. Set over 800 pristine Hill Country acres, the ranch is the home of Eddie and Dale Shell and their family. With the Cadillac Dancehall on the north end, you’ll find the historic original ranch house nearby, Mustang Meadows executive house, a stunningly decorated treehouse available (to accommodate 4-6 guests) and even remnants of the original log cabin right in the middle of a working cattle and horse ranch. Stay with us at one of three AirBnB properties, check out the beautiful bluebonnets in spring, book your wedding or event, or get your dancin’ boots out. Once a month the dance hall hosts Eddie Shell and the Not Guilties along with an ever-changing selection of old-time Texas country and western stars. If nothing else, the trip out to see the horses, cattle and beautiful scenery is worth the drive.

About Bear King Brewing

Bear King Brewing Company, founded by four siblings and their families, broke ground in the heart of Marble Falls in 2017 and opened its doors in the Summer of 2018. The brewery features a 5,500 sq ft. family-friendly taproom and restaurant with indoor seating for over 200 guests, an open-air beer garden, patio games, and live music.

Bear King is all about community, camaraderie, and crafting exceptional brews. Step onto their inviting patio, adorned with rustic accents, and let the autumn air envelop you as you sip on their seasonal creations. From the sweet and nutty ‘Amberosia’ ale to the rich and complex ‘Dead Wreckoning,’ each beer tells a unique story. Bear King Brewing Co promises not only great beer but also a memorable fall patio experience.

About The Hidden Falls Inn

Hidden Falls Inn is the perfect Central Texas getaway in Marble Falls. Rich with history and beauty, Hidden Falls Inn is a great place to stay for families and other visitors to the Texas Hill Country. When staying at Hidden Falls Inn, you will not just stay at a hotel but also experience true Central Texas hospitality.

Complimentary wireless internet access keeps you connected, and cable programming is available for your entertainment. Bathrooms have complimentary toiletries and hair dryers. Conveniences include desks and irons/ironing boards, and housekeeping is provided on request.

About The Cadillac Dance Hall

The Cadillac Dance Hall opens on the last Saturday of every month for an evening of good fun, great music and real country entertainment. Join us to dance the night away on the hardwood floors of an authentic Texas dance hall. Our house band Eddie Shell and The Not Guilties back up some of Country music’s best old-time stars – such as Tony Booth, Darrell McCall and Johnny Rodriquez. You might see kids dancing across the dance floor, a bachelorette party arriving in a limousine, a dog or two running around loose, and probably a few cattle and horses gathered around the entrance. It’s a hoot!


About Bits of Triumph

Bits of Triumph is the official regalia provider for Vintage Triumph Register and seven car clubs in Texas and Tennessee. Founded by Wynnell and Mike Gorman, each piece of regalia is created one at a time, so they can be customized. They can add your name, car model and year to the shirts so you can truly have bragging rights on your British beauty. Using stitch-through technology, the design is literally stitched into the shirt – meaning no pulling or shrinkage like you get with a sewn-on patch. In addition to regalia sold through the website store, Wynnell will be at the show and will be taking custom orders for regalia.