The Cobble Beach Concours d’Elegance presented by Porsche invites you to join the action and get involved by volunteering at this prestigious automotive event.


Taking place September 14 & 15, 2019, the Cobble Beach Concours d’Elegance presented by Porsche is looking for energetic and enthusiastic volunteers to help with an assortment of different jobs over the course of the weekend.  As part of our volunteer team, you will receive a number of benefits including 1 (one) General Admission ticket, a Cobble Beach Concours d’Elegance limited edition golf polo t-shirt provided by Van Dolder’s and 1 (one) meal voucher, valid for the day of your shift.  Volunteers will also have the opportunity to see rare and elegant automobiles and motorcycles while being a part of this extraordinary community event.


“Volunteering at the Cobble Beach Concours d’Elegance is a great opportunity to get involved in a world class event happening right in your own backyard” said Rob McLeese, founder and chair of the Cobble Beach Concours d’Elegance. Volunteers will be required to commit to a minimum 4-hour shift, depending on the position and the given day.  There are a range of jobs available, including parking assistant, registration, class host, people’s choice awards and food and beverage assignments, just to name a few.  A volunteer orientation meeting will be held on Monday, September 2nd at the Cobble Beach Golf Resort and attendance is strongly advised. To register to become a volunteer please visit and attendance is strongly advised.


Being an automotive enthusiast, however, is not a prerequisite to enjoy this event. If you are looking for hands on knowledge of golf course operations, spend 4-6 hours with us and see what goes on, on property. Are you a high school student in need of volunteer hours for 19/20 school year? Looking for a career in events? Come and spend some time with us to see how a large-scale event operates from the inside out.


Proceeds from the Concours d’Elegance presented by Porsche will benefit two hospitals, the Sunnybrook Foundation and the Owen Sound Regional Hospital Foundation. Funds raised will help build the new home of Sunnybrook’s Garry Hurvitz Brain Sciences Centre, the only facility in Canada where treatment of the three most common brain disorders — dementia, stroke, and mood and anxiety disorders – takes place, while the Owen Sound Regional Hospital will use the generated funds to support the purchase of a new chemistry analyzer for their lab.