News & Updates
ARTIST EXHIBITION & RECEPTION - MAY 4, 2019 6-9PM
Join Air & Asphalt’s principal and photographer, Lance Phillips, for an evening of mid-century aviation, automotive, and architectural photography. This event will highlight unique photographic art taken across the United States, including places like Los Angeles, CA; Wichita, KS; Dallas, TX; Tucumcari, NM; and more. May 4, 2019, 6 - 9 PM, at The Martin Place in McKinney, TX. Call for more information: 817.583.3568
air & asphalt partners with aopa in 2019
This holiday season and throughout 2019, Air & Asphalt has committed to donating four percent of sales to the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association. We hope to be a part of helping sustain and grow our general aviation community. Happy Holidays!
black wednesday declared November 2018
Our latest newsletter has declared Black Wednesday a thing. This is the day your exquisite tastes and penchant for smart gift shopping collide.
Blog launches and the newsletter goes out
After lots of preparation the new “Stories” section of A&A.com goes live with the new “The Wagonmaster” story.
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Air & Asphalt Opens Gallery at “The Garage” in mckinney, TX
New framed prints are now available online and at The Garage, McKinney Square’s newest downtown establishment.
AIR & ASPHALT BEGINS ONLINE STORE operations august 2018
Starting on August 15, 2018 Air & Asphalt will begin selling framed prints online. Check out airandasphalt.com/shop
PORSCHE HILL COUNTRY RALLYE COMES TO KERRVILLE, TX MARCH 2018
You'll need a pre-1990, air-cooled Porsche, but you won't be disappointed... that is if you can register before attendee slots are filled. Which usually takes around two minutes.
air & asphalt attends tejastreffpunkt htx november 2017
Last year's TejasTreffen was a hit. Although, in 2017 the treffen (or meetup in German) is now the treffpunkt, or meetup point (also German, sort of). There were unique and special Porsches from all eras in attendance in 2017. We hope this Houston, Texas tradition continues.