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this huge car show is to benifit relay for life,there will be fun for the whole family, live music,good food,door prizes,huge trophys,clown for the kids,cake walk,shops,vendors,the show will be down the main street of savannah,tn.one block from the tn. river this is a great place to spend a holiday weekend,hope to see ya’ll there. god bless
big lots greeneville tn 06-14-2008
John W. Rice President of the Antique Automobile Club of America (AACA) Appalachian Region announced today: The first annual â€“ â€œCruising to The Border Car Showâ€ to take place in Bristol, Virginia,Tennessee on Saturday April 19th 2008 10AM to 3PM at the State Street location of TriSummit Bank parking area just across from the historic Bristol train station. Rice says that the event which is co-sponsored by TriSummit Bank and Downtown merchants will be a fund raiser for the United Way of Bristol. Cars 25 years old and older will compete for awards and trophies while the public can see and enjoy the cars of yesterday. Contact AACA for entry form @ 423-360-2767 Admission for spectators will be free however; any donations to United Way of Bristol will be appreciated. (note: rain date will be April 26th)
Come on down to the Sonic on Almaville Road in Smyrna from 6pm until ? every Saturday through October. Theres music door prizes 50% off anything on the menu its a great time. This is a bigger Sonic then most with a strip mall attached so theres a lot of room. Lets rock the place. Take I 24 get off at the Almaville Road exit #70 if your heading east bound turn right off the exit Sonic will be on the left 1/ mile up. From the boro turn left at the off ramp.
CRUISE-IN & CONCERT TO BENEFIT RADIO FREE NASHVILLE
Freddie Lewis, GhettoBilly, Kymystry Rocket 350 Liz Kilgo Among Acts Set To Perform
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: K9 Kohl
July 2, 2008 615-593-3494
HOT RODS â€˜N HEELS RADIO, FREEDOM TRACK RECORDS and KUSTOM THRILLS TATTOO are teaming up to sponsor a Cruise In & Concert to benefit RADIO FREE NASHVILLE, Nashvilleâ€™s community radio station (98.9 WRFN-LPFM). Hundreds of local car enthusiasts will show off their rides and enjoy great music, all in support of community radio. Performers include rockabilly artists Freddie Lewis; Ghetto Billy; Rocket 350; as well as the all girl rock band Kymystry; Country Sensation Liz Kilgo; and RumbleClub.
The Cruise In and Concert benefit will be held Saturday, July 26, 2008 at the French Quarter Cafe, 823 Woodland Street in East Nashville. The Cruise In starts at 4:00pm, with music starting at 5:00pm and continuing till the wee hours. Tickets are $15 for the Cruise In and Concert, $10 for the concert only. Door prizes including a gift certificate for a free free tattoo from KUSTOM THRILLS TATTOO will be awarded.
Radio Free Nashville broadcasts in the west Nashville area at 98.9-FM, on the web at http://www.radiofreenashville.org and on cable via the SAP of iQTV cable channel 10. HOT RODS â€˜N HEELS RADIO airs on RFN on Tuesdays from 8:00-10:00pm.
Radio Free Nashville provides Nashville’s only programming dedicated to examining health care in Tennessee; teaching fire safety; discussing immigration; introducing children to music; teaching owners how to outwit their dogs; and more, plus every imaginable kind of music, from zydeco and blues to smooth jazz and chorale, all produced and hosted by local community programmers. Over 150 community members have been trained to produce and host shows, and 80 are currently on the air.
In addition, Radio Free Nashville broadcasting courses have been added to the curricula of four area high schools. And Radio Free Nashville is partnering with the Oasis Center to provide a radio production facility in the new Oasis Youth Opportunities Center, opening in September of 2008.
For more information about Radio Free Nashville and the upcoming benefit, contact K9 Kohl 615 593-3494 Or visit http://www.radiofreenashville.org.
Annual Cruise-In The Tennessee Technology Center at Shelbyville will have a Cruise-In August 2, 2008 from 10-?. Free Admission Door Prizes Music and More! Everyone is Invited!
Brayden Jacobs is less than 2 years old and had a near drowning accident. He requires treatments that his insurance won’t cover. We are hosting a car show to raise money to help. Live Music, Goody Bags, 50/50 drawing that includes lots of additional prizes to be won! All classes of cars, trucks and motorcycles. Awards for top 50 and Best of Show. 8am – 2pm
Date: Saturday, October 4th, 2008
Name of Event: 9th Annual Cruisin The Ridge Open Cruise-In
Venue: First Baptist Church Joelton 7140 Whites Creek Pike.
Contact e-mail: RaymondJohnson66@charter.net
First Baptist Church Joelton is having The 9th Annual Cruisin The Ridge Open Cruise-In Saturday October 4, 2008.
Antiques, Classics, Truck, Streetrods, Motorcycles, Kustoms, Special Interest Vehicles and Vendors are all welcome.
Thousands of Dollars in Door prizes, Awards, Music Food and fun for the whole Family.
Registration 8:00 am – 12:00 pm
No entry Fee or Admission
(From Nashville: I-24 to Exit 35, Left 1/2 mile)
For more information Contact Billy Carroll 615-308-4921
Sevier County Fairgrounds
Two day all VW show with huge swapmeet & riverbank camping in the show area.
Top 75 show, dash plaques to the first 150 entrants, cash for best ofs.
Early setup & registration available friday before the show.
24 HR SECURITY.
Event held rain or shine.
Free car wash area with supplies..
Free secure truck & trailer parking inside show area.
Stereo contests, VW engine soundoff contests, vw bus tug of war,
Miss Circle Yer Wagens contest and other surprise vw action contests.
More events tba.
50/50 charity drawing to benefit the “forgotten child” fund.
Spectator fees: one day pass $7 – weekend pass $12 – children 12 & under free when accompanied by adult
Vendor fees: $25 per day for unlimited space, outoors, pre-registered by April 25, 2009 – $35 per day at the gate (includes one weekend pass)
Vendors urged to pre-register to be guaranteed a space otherwise we can’t promise we can fit you in.
VWs for sale: $25 for one day or weekend pre-registered by April 25, 2009 – $35 at the gate (includes one weekend pass)
Show entry fees: $15 pre-registered by April 25, 2009 – $20 at the gate (includes vehicle & driver)
Camping fees: $7 per person for one day or weekend. This is in addition to any other fees. Children 12 & under camp free. Primitive (limited electrical) with showers & clean restrooms available.
Breakfast by Boy Scouts of America available at concessions area.
Driving directions: from i-40, exit #407, take hwy. 66 to Sevierville. Go past Volunteer Chevrolet & the muscle car museum to the traffic light at the intersection (hwy. 411 / 441). Turn right at the light. Go to the next light & turn right again. You’ll see the show on your right.
Great news !!
The new bridge just the â€œMusic Outletâ€ on hwy. 66 into Svierville is now open.
Cross the bridge & take a left. This will take you directly to the show & eliminate sitting in traffic forever trying to get there.
Motel info: 1-800-548-9038. On the web, http://www.landmarkinnthesmokies.com
Must mention this event for reduced rate
Pets required to be on a leash & picked up after.
MORE INFO & PRE- REGISTRATION: http://www.AVWA.com OR CALL (865) 654-8009 8-5 M-F EST
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