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Annual Ottawa, Kansas Corvette Show

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Event# 785-418-6844

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Annual Ottawa, Kansas Corvette Show

The Annual Ottawa, Kansas Corvette show is open to Corvettes of any year and condition. Registration is $10 at the show only. Pre-registration is not required but requested so we can have a rough estimate of how many to expect. The show will be in the parking lot on the SW corner of 1st & Hickory in Ottawa. It runs from 9-3 and there will be awards, door prizes and a 50/50 pot. For more information, directions, or to request a flier don't hesitate to contact me (John). All proceeds will go to the local Prairie Paws animal shelter.

Annual Ottawa, Kansas Corvette Show

Address : SW corner of 1st & Hickory St. Ottawa KS
Phone : 785-418-6844   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : $10 to register/ free for spectators

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