Read 2 Me Car Show: Franklin, North Carolina

Another great turnout for the second year of the Read 2 Me Car Show at South Macon School in Franklin, North Carolina. I didn’t hear an official count, but there had to be over 40 cars in attendance.

 

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1st Annual Read 2 Me Fundraising Car Show This Saturday In Franklin, NC

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Come out and support this event for a great cause!

Call 828-342-2448 for more information

Also if anyone is interested in cruising to the show together The Gem Capital Auto Club will be leaving from the welcome center on the Georgia Road at around 9:30-9:45 on Saturday. Non-club members are welcome to attend!

April Show Schedule

I know its a couple of days into April and I missed the first weekend, but I wanted to post up our April show schedule. These are the events we plan on attending and covering, of course that is always subject to change.

From Wednesday to Saturday we will be in Pigeon Forge, TN for the annual Spring Rod Run.

CLICK HERE for all of our Rod Run coverage, past and present. .

Sunday after rod run, the 13th, we will be headed to Atlanta Dragway in Commerce, GA for the final day of NMRA/NMCA All Star Nationals. For more info on this event, CLICK HERE

April 17th-April 20th we will be in Charlotte, NC for the Mustang 50th Anniversary Birthday Celebration.

CLICK HERE for more info.

April 26th we will be at the 1st Annual Riding for read2me fundraiser car show at South Macon Elementary School in Franklin, NC. Below is the flyer.

April 27th we will be in Maggie Valley, NC for the Southeastern Mini Truckin’ Nationals

 

 

1st Annual David Dillard Memorial Car Show

Saturday was the 1st Annual David Dillard Memorial Car Show in Franklin, NC to raise money for the David Dillard Scholarship. They had great fall weather and a great turnout! Check out the pictures!

For all the pictures, CLICK HERE

 

The Award Winners!!

BEST TRUCK

 

 

BEST FORD

 

BEST CHEVY

 

 

BEST MOPAR

 

 

I was fortunate enough to win people’s choice with my Challenger!

PEOPLE’S CHOICE

 

 

 

7th Annual JDRF Charity Car Show Event Coverage

Another year and another awesome show! First off let me start of by personally thanking each and every volunteer, sponsor, and person who brought out their awesome cars and trucks. Without you all, this event would not be! 2013 was yet again our biggest and best year ever! We had 115 cars registered and over 130 on the show field! Little by little we just keep on growing! We also raised $3260 for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation! What an awesome amount! That puts our 7 year total over $20,000 dollars by $300!! The weather was nice and hot, it finally felt like summertime! Even though we did have a quick rain shower to cool things off, I didn’t here anyone complaining about the weather!

The awards get tougher and tougher to give out each year. The quality of cars that comes to this show never ceases to amaze me! We did the best we could at giving judging a fair shake, but with the number of cars vs the number of trophies its just hard to reward everyone. In my opinion everyone was Best of Show for bringing their cars and trucks out to support the kids! Here are the best of awards, there was also A Top 25 that was given out.

Best Of Show

Best GM

Most Original

Best Import

Best Modified 

Best Engine

Participant’s Choice

Best Import(Classic)

Kid’s Choice

Best Bike

We had hoped for a few motorcycles to show up, but sadly we didn’t have any, so we awarded Scott Waters a trophy anyway for “Best Bike”!

Best Ford

Not only did Travis Smith win “Best Ford” with his awesome Ford Mustang he also won our $25 Gulf Gas Gift Card for the longest distance traveled!

Best Truck 

Best Mopar

People’s Choice

Best Paint

Best Of The Decade Awards 1920’s-2010’s(There was no 1910 present)

This is a new award I came up with this year to honor the car in each year group that best represent’s the decade. Maybe not the nicest car, but a car or truck that when you look at it you think 50’s or 40’s or 90’s, etc.

Somehow I missed the 2000’s winner but it was a red Dodge Challenger SRT8, 2008 I believe?

With our sponsor awards this year we did something a little different, instead of buying actual trophies, we just decided to step up the prizes a little bit.

S&S Auto Parts Pick

Advance Auto Parts Of Clayton Pick

Interstate Batteries Pick

Also special thanks to Bobby Wallace for providing the entertainment today!

For all of today’s pictures, CLICK HERE

Video coverage to come! Stay tuned!