Annual Enid Shrine Poker Run

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Event# 580-977-4069

Event Details

First bike out 10:00am, last out 12:00noon from Rainbow Sports Inc. 2610 W. Owen K. Garriott Enid, Okla. $20 rider, $10 passenger. $200 to high hand, $100 to low hand, 50/50 drawing. Vendors and Bike Games after the run, then Party at C.W.Scooters 3630 N. Highway 81 with the "MORRISON 33 BAND". Go to for Registration forms and Motel information. Contact numbers: 580-242-2541 or 580-977-4069.

Annual Enid Shrine Poker Run

Address : Rainbow Sports Inc. 2610 W. Owen K. Garriott Enid, Okla Enid OK
Phone : 580-977-4069   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : $20 rider, $10 passenger


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