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Thunder on the Bricks Car, Truck, and Cycle Show 2017

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Event# 7856396390

Event Details

Expecting over 300 entrants!
Friday night Cruise Night 6 p.m. til ??
Saturday Car Show 8 a.m. awards at 3 p.m.
$20.00 pre-entry - $25.00 after. free lunch with entry.
Dash plaques, lots of awards, goodie bags, door prizes, and vendors.

Thunder on the Bricks Car, Truck, and Cycle Show 2017

Address : 1st and MainStreet Hays KS
Phone : 7856396390   (Always call and confirm events.)

Email Address : dschukman@ruraltel.net

Web Address :
Admission Fee : $20/vehicle before July 15, 2017 and $25/vehicle after

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