would like to thank everyone that helped our club
put on such a great show. We would like to thank airbornemotorsports.com,
Cliff’s Direct Effect, Speed-FX, RJP Associates,
Bacchus Importers, Maryland Screen Printers, Champion
Trophies, Dimensional Metals, Precision Power Cleaning,
Giovanni’s restaurant, Building Cleaning and
Restoration, Friends and Family Christian Center,
Sacred Heart of Mary Church, Fran Mangano, MLM Enterprises
(Total Experience), Calico Gallery, E-Phat Sounds,
American Tire and Wheel, and everyone else that helped
make our show possible. We would also like to thank
everyone that came out and showed especially those
clubs that helped us out. A special thanks goes out
to Sudden Impact, Exotik Phantasys, Full FX, Hoop
Rides, Street Illusions, Hyper Intentions, Nice Dreams,
and all the others that brought their teams.
me start off by saying that we woke up thinking that
the rain was going to wash the show out but fortunately
the weather held out and gave us a beautiful day.
We had sun shinning down on us the entire day. Frankly
I was so hot by mid-afternoon I was praying for rain
the size of cantaloupes. However we were prized with
a wonderful day for what turned out to be a wonderful
show. We arrived at Golden Ring promptly at 7:30 am
anxious for the day ahead. I made a few trips to here
and there to get all of our stuff to the show. We
got everything in place for the registration table
and our vendors began to show up along with our DJ,
it is around 9:30 and we already have a handful of
cars. Paul and I are running around looking for extension
cords and a cooler and I get a call from Jess back
at the show and she tells me that our generator was
not strong enough to run the DJ’s equipment.
I make a timely trip to the Home Depot and rented
a $3,000 generator for a low cost of only $85.65.
We finally return to the show to see that while we
were gone we got another 20 cars. We jump out get
the cords and generator in place and get ready for
more registrants. It is still only 10:10 and we have
a good number of cars.
the day went on we got more and more registrants.
The right half of the parking lot was filling up nicely.
We were trying to keep the hot rods and the newer
models separated but as they came in we had no choice
but to mix them. We quickly ran out of room and began
to fill up the other side of the lot. Our DJ was mixing
it up all day keeping the crowd and show-goers happy
and the food was going as fast as we could get it
on the grill. We had to make repeated runs for Hot
Dog Rolls and soda. We ran into a slight problem with
parking due to the construction going on in the other
parking lot of the school so we had to move them and
shift some cars around but it was a minor detail.
Rosedale Vol. Fire Dept. had a nice set up as well
bringing up the Medic and Special Unit as well as
Station 16 bringing up the Engine. The dB contest
was off the hook and everyone seemed to enjoy it,
especially because we let everyone that wanted to
just come up after the competition to see just what
they could hit.
were just to many memories to really list during the
show. So in closing, we just like to say “Thank
You” to everyone who helped out and attended
the show. We look forward to having everyone back