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Route 66 Cruisers Annual Cruise In and Car Show

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Route 66 Cruisers Annual Cruise In and Car Show

Join the Route 66 Cruisers in this great car show! Claremore, OK 9th annual Car Show & Cruise September 23rd-

Cruise-In 4:00 p.m. at Ne-Mar Center At 4:00 the music & give-a-ways kick off at NeMar Center (located on West Will Rogers), then a Cruise at 6:00 onto Historic Route 66 to Totem Pole Park in Foyil.

Free meal with tickets courtesy of Akdar Shrine with car show registration at Ne-Mar ! Goodie Bags for Pre-entries. We will have a registration table setup for our Car Show!

September 24th- Car Show will be held at Claremore Lake Three awards will be given per class with over 40 classes Drawings will be held throughout the day for giveaways, cash, and prizes! Custom built trophies awarded for Best Ford, GM, Mopar, Rat Rod, Best Paint, & Best of Show.

Gas Card awarded for Distance. Pin-Up Contest with trophies & cash for top 3! $100 Club Participation -

Awards given out at 3:00 p.m. The lake is beautiful and there are plenty of shade trees, picnic tables and a playground. Fun for the Whole Family - Food, Arts & Crafts! Directions to Claremore Lake (1450 E. Blue Starr Dr):

From downtown Claremore, go north on Lynn Riggs Blvd. (Hwy. 66) to Blue Starr Dr. and turn east 2 miles. Watch for signs. Registration: Pre-register by mail before September 12th, 2016 for $15 & be entered into a $50 drawing! Register September 24th between 8:00amNoon for $20. Dwayne Caldwell: 918-284-5186 Richard Hodges: 918-557-4268 Proceeds benefit the Sponsored Children of the Akdar Shrine Download Route 66 Cruisers Web Site www.route66cruisersok.com Down Load Car Show 2016 Flyer and 2016 Entry Form

Route 66 Cruisers Annual Cruise In and Car Show

Address : Claremore Lake Park Claremore OK
Phone : 918-284-5186   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : Spectators Free

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