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Calendar of Events - October 2006

Events & Shows

Oct 1, 2006
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August 25-27
Cumberland, Maryland
Held at Allegany County Fairgrounds, the Western Maryland Truck Show will be donating some of the proceeds to the Make-A-Wish Foundation. Open to all trucks from big rigs to mini-trucks, this show will be a trucker paradise. Activities include a driver's dinner, lots of live entertainment, children's games, and more. For more information, contact: (301) 689-0070,
August 26
Arlington, Washington
Located at the Arlington Airport in Arlington, Washington, the 13th Annual Sittin' Pretti Summer Slam will have 13 classes with three trophies per class. Open to mini and fullsize trucks and even cars are welcome to come and show off. For more information, contact:
August 26-27
Hendersonville, North Carolina
The Blue Ridge Mall will be home to the Scrapin' the Smokies show, and this should be one to hit up this year. They will be giving away a set of 20-inch wheels and a set of BFG tires. There will be a draggin' contest and a bikini contest with a cash payout to the winner. You might even get shot because all the bigger mags will be there along with Oliver from Domination the video. For more information, contact: Brandon, (828) 275-5182,,
September 8-10
Lake Charles, Louisiana
This will be the 15th annual Midnight Fantasies Lakefront Tour show, and it only gets better each year. Open to cars, trucks, and motorcycles, this show will be at the Lake Charles Civic Center and feature coverage from the bigger mags. For more information, contact: Roger, (337) 263-0655,
September 8-10
Whitesburg, Kentucky
This year's Heritage 2K6 show will be held at the New Letcher County Central High School Campus. Open to fullsize and mini-trucks with awards in their respective categories, this should be Kentucky's biggest mini-truck show. For more information, contact:
September 8-10
Lake Havasu City, California
Spring Splash returns as Summer Splash, held at Havasu Landing Resort and Casino. The run will be open to the first 1,300 vehicles, with trophies in all classes. Registration is $50 per vehicle, and show entry is an additional $5. For more information, contact: Brad, (951) 769-4375,
September 9
Kutztown, Pennsylvania
Xcessive Habits Truck & Car Club and Ground Scrapers Truck Club are hosting the 3rd Annual X-Fest, Car & Truck show at the fairgrounds in Kutztown. They would like to invite you to join their show of nice rides, club games, and other activities. With more than 20 classes and custom-made specialty awards, you could bring home a one-of-a-kind trophy. For more information, contact:
September 21-23
Mooresville, North Carolina
The 2nd Annual Race City Fun Run-formerly Run to the Rock-Ford F-100 and F-1 Truck Show will be held at the Memory Lane Auto Museum. Pre-reg is $25 before September 1 and goes up to $30 after September 1. For more information, contact: Stanley Long, (864) 647-7446,
September 22-24
Concord, North Carolina
SCR8P Fest IX will be held at Concord Motorsport Park and is hosted by Pebble Pushers Car and Truck Club. The show will have full car and truck classes, from mild to wild, with a free show shirt with every entry. A cash prize will be awarded for best of car, truck, and club participation, and there will be a dragging contest Saturday night on the pit road of the speedway. For more information, contact: (980) 722-3900,,
September 23
Costa Mesa, California
Cruisin' For A Cure will be held at the Orange County Fairgrounds. This show is expected to have 3,000 custom cars, trucks, 4x4s, hot rods, street rods, musclecars, classic cars, performance cars, exotic cars, military vehicles, fire trucks, and bikes. There will be live concerts on stage, all-day entertainment, food, vendors, and more. All proceeds will go to support Prostate Cancer Research at the UCLA Johnson Cancer Center. For more information, contact: (949) 752-5115, Ext. 10,
October 7
Bentonville, Arkansas
Definite Obsessions presents Sparks in the Ozarks at the Memorial Park in Bentonville. Proceeds will go to benefit the National Foundation For Transplants. Class awards will be one-of-a-kind from 3rd Shift Kustoms, as well as three billet awards for Best of Show Car, Best of Show Truck, and Club Participation. Registration will be open from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. and the entry fee is $20. For more information,
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October 7-8
Tampa, Florida
Mini Maddness Inc. presents Slamfest at the Florida State Fairgrounds. This show is in its 15th year and will have a vendor's row, burnout competition, club games, and a bikini contest with thousands of dollars in cash giveaways. Pre-reg is $40 before September 30 and $50 day of show. For more information, contact: (941) 366-9123,
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