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Cars for Kurt - Show 'n Shine Event

  • 08/29/2020
  • 10:00 AM - 9:00 PM
  • Lost Lagoon , El Campo, TX


  • RSVP to attend this event and I understand there is a fee of $20 per vehicle to enter the car show payable to Lost Lagoon. RV spot fees and Cottage rental fees are extra and must be reserved in advance via the El Campo website. If you would like to take advantage of the water park, the cost is an additional $20 per person.
  • I plan to attend this event as a prospective member of the Cadillac V-Club as either V-Series owner or potential sponsor.

Registration is closed


Show 'N Shine Event: $20 per vehicle (optional)
Access to Lost Lagoon Water Park: $20 per person
RV Spot Reservations: $65-80 per day depending on type of parking spot
Cottage Reservations: $199 per night (Friday/Saturday)

If you have never been to the Lost Lagoon in El Campo, you are in for a real treat.  A fabulous water park, great food, fun and hospitality will be provided by Stephen and Kenna Lucas the owners of Lost Lagoon (and also members of the Cadillac V-Club).

If you own an RV, be sure to reserve your spot to park as soon as possible.  If you plan to stay overnight, cottages are available to rent and there are a few motels in El Campo.  Click here to make your reservations at Lost Lagoon for an RV parking spot or cottage rental.


Kurt is a Cadillac V-Club member and is chemical engineer by day and Speed Shop mechanic by night where he owned and operated LSX Performance in Victoria, Texas. He enjoyed both jobs, but his need for speed shone through. He is the record holder at the Texas Mile for the Cadillac CTS-V car, with a stock blower, that he built himself. Kurt does not know a stranger, and is always willing to help lend a hand. On Easter Sunday, Kurt heard something from his shop apartment and when he opened the door, it was in flames and the backdraft engulfed him.  Kurt attempted to battle the fire but was unable to do so and was severely injured.

He has been through a tough few months trying to rehab his body that not only suffered burns, but a pulmonary embolism. Kurt has recently come to the realization that he not only lost his business, home, and belongings but also all of his cars, tools and equipment as well.

Kurt's insurance policy dropped a significant portion of coverage and he has limited funds to rebuild. We all know that he would be the first one to help out anyone and we want to show him how much he means to all of us. Please consider attending this event in person but if not a donation will be well received and much appreciated by Kurt and his family. Click here to submit a donation.