More than 200 Rolls-Royce Owners’ Club (RROC) members and VIP guests will gather for afternoon tea to celebrate the launch of Timeless Luxury: Ninety Years of the Phantom at Rosen Shingle Creek in Orlando.
The 192-page hardback publication explores the living legacy of the world’s most famous marque, Rolls-Royce, along with the impact of one of its most iconic models. Written by a select group of motoring experts and enthusiasts, Timeless Luxury: Ninety Years of the Phantom has been produced by London-based publisher St James’s House in partnership with the RROC.
Offering members and guests the opportunity to join St James’s House for a very British afternoon tea, the book’s launch will be one of the highlights at the RROC’s 64th Annual Meet—a major, week-long event that attracts owners and enthusiasts from across the country. St James’s House will also host a champagne reception the following day (April 2), which coincides with the meet’s award ceremony, providing attendees with the chance to view some of the finest vintage Rolls-Royce and Bentley motorcars in existence today.
Richard Freed, Managing Director at St James’s House, says: “Working with the RROC has been an absolute pleasure and we’re very excited to be launching the publication at the club’s fantastic annual meet. The feedback we’ve received so far has been overwhelming and we look forward to working with the club on future publications.”