Annual Salina CoC Car/Bike Show & Burnout

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Event# 918-697-4818

Event Details

Lots of venders, home cooking, 50/50 pot and more. Door prizes galore. 1st-2nd place trophies. Burnout to follow trophy ceremony and this year winner of burnout will recieve 500.00 cash award, set of tires (compliments of Yoemans) and trophy. Registration for all 7:00-11:00 trophies at 1:00, burnout to follow. Must be either entered in car show or 20.00 fee for burnout.

Also will be Carl Belew Tribute featuring Travis Kidd, Exit 412, and more. For more info. contact Tena Pritchett 918-697-4818 or Barry Burgess 918-639-9337 or visit the website. Registration form can be downloaded there, under the events tab.

Annual Salina CoC Car/Bike Show & Burnout

Address : Salina American Legion Salina OK
Phone : 918-697-4818   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : $15.00 pre registration and $20.00 day of

Car Shows

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Historic Springhouse

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