Road Scholar Transport will be sponsoring the event, which will take place at the South Abington Executive Park in Clarks Summit, PA.
Gates open at 8 a.m. with admission costing $3.00 per person aged 13 and up. Attendees will enjoy music by Joe Kruz, access to food and drink stands, a car show, and flea market. Individuals wishing to utilize the flea market can reserve a ~12’ X 30’ space for $15.00.
Those wishing to participate in the car show can either pre-register or register the day of the show from 8 a.m.-12 p.m. Pre-registration for cars dated 1945 or older is free. The cost of those dated 1946 or above and those that register on show day is $10.
That’s not all. All vehicles that participate will receive a dash plaque and have the chance to win a trophy.
The Winners Parade, in which trophies and awards will be distributed, takes place at 3 p.m. with awards including the “Scranton Region Award,” “Early Ford Award,” “Merit Award,” “Longest Distance Driven (Pre-War),” and “Hard Luck Award.”
You don’t have to worry about getting a scratch on your brand new car. Road Scholar’s car carriers are air ride equipped, enclosed to protect your cars from the toughest elements, contain lift gates, possess state of the art equipment, and security features including satellite tracking, so you know exactly where your vehicle is at all times allowing you to sit back and enjoy your trip. Check out Road Scholar’s auto hauling service at http://www.roadscholar.com/autohauling.php.
Are you an advocate for a good cause? Do you want to Stop Bullying in schools and fight for a cure for cancer? Then be sure to drop by Road Scholar’s awareness trucks which will be raising awareness at the event. In attendance will be the Children’s Craniofacial Foundation truck along with two other trucks representing great causes. Could it be Road Scholar’s Breast Cancer Foundation and the Children’s Cancer Recovery Foundation trucks? Or maybe it’s their Flight 93 and Autism Speaks trucks? You have to go to the event to find out. Visit www.roadscholarawareness.org to read more about Road Scholar’s 10 Million Miles to a Cure Awareness Program.
Still have questions about the event? Call 570-346-3771 prior to July 17th for further information and 570-650-3634 on the day of the event.
Which awareness trucks do you hope to see at the event?