Well that was disappointing. Was excited about attending the event, registered. Was excited to be one of 2 Tesla Roadsters at the local event. Drove over. Went to sign in and Ariene the organizer for the event (which is a oxymoron evidently) said (even though the event was advertising the roadsters) that she had sent an email out (she hadn't...absolutely none in in box) that they didn't have room. Someone else shared evidently the bias of the organizers was only cars "currently available". They should have told the gaggle of kids who came up to my car at the event "ooooh mom its here this is the car I was looking for" . Couldn't even give me an event sticker for "ask me about my EV" nor a placard for car "event car" . Even though it wasn't "officially" there we had some fun answering questions from a lot of folks who clearly were fascinated (and other than one guy who had ridden in one of the original mule prototypes) didn't seem any had seen a roadster. Lots of "cool car" comments though, and somehow the event photographer didn't mind photographing. Other Roadster wasn't there when I was there, not surprising if they got a similar blow off. I really don't know what to think about this...was this one organizer's lack of historical interest/understanding of what gets folks excited at car shows (hint ma'am; the detroit car show doesn't get folks there by showing next year's economy identical model to last years' ford fusion). or is it the perspective of folks in general....I just don't get it...from the historical factor alone, let alone wow factor, seems these cars would be front and center at events promoting EV.