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Red Rocks Car Show
Welcome to the annual Run to the Red Rocks Car Show in Kanab this weekend on June 10 and 11. Registration starts Friday afternoon and the actual show is on Saturday, June 11.
Lodging owners need to mark their calendars so they can refer their guests to this regional car show on Main Street. In particular, international visitors love to see the older classics, street rods and muscle cars.
Red Rock Roadrunners President Mary Poe said, “The club voted to keep the entry fee the same as last year and to continue to provide all the extra benefits for the participants.”
Poe said the registration entry fee is $25 for the first vehicle and only $10 for each additional vehicle. It is hoped local car enthusiasts will bring a second car to show to the public.
Cars arriving on Saturday, must be registered no later than 9 a.m. Awards will be presented starting at 2 p.m.
On Friday night, there will be two free barbeque dinner tickets for each participant. The dinner will be served at 6 p.m. downtown at the Gazebo Park. Besides two free dinners, the entry fee includes a complimentary T-shirt, dash plaque and a ticket to a series of drawings open for participants only. Participants will be “cruzin” town after the dinner. Look for the string of classy vehicles.
There are 15 classes for judging. Classes include Street Rods, Customs (up to 1972 and 1973 to present), Classics, Modern Classics, Mustangs (new), Muscle Cars, Pickups, Four-Wheel Drives, Motorcycles, Stock Vehicles, Sport Cars, Under Construction Vehicles, and a Special Interest Category for vehicles that don’t fit into the above classes. There will be two sandstone trophy awards for each class.
There is also a Young Guns Class for owners/drivers under 21. There haven’t been many Young Gun entries in the past, so here is a chance to pick up a trophy.
Poe reminds area residents you don’t need to belong to the car club to show your vehicle(s), nor does the vehicle need to be in perfect condition.
The Under Construction Class is a big hit for the public as they can compare the under construction with the finished vehicles and get an idea of the work involved. The club hopes to have several under construction vehicles available.
There will be a drawing of prizes for the general public at frequent intervals. The prizes have been donated by local businesses. Pick up your tickets at the registration desk when you arrive.
In addition, the public is invited to vote for “People’s Choice.” When you arrive at the show, pick up a form at the registration desk so you can vote for your favorite vehicle.
For a car show application or more information, contact Keith Miller at 435-691-1345 or e-mail at email@example.com