Name: SCR8PFEST IX
Location: Concord Motorsports Park, Concord, North Carolina
Dates: September 22-24, 2006
Total Vehicles in Attendance: 400+
Spectator Attendance: 1,000+
Fast 411: Pebble Pushers began in 1994, and is a single chapter club, with 42 members. They travel to many different towns and states to support other shows. This was the 9th year for SCR8PFEST, and despite having to change the show venue to the Concord Motorsports Park; it keeps getting bigger and better. The quality of vehicles was way up, as well as the number of entries. SCR8PFEST was one of the very first shows to bring a full-on draggin' competition on the East Coast, and this year was huge with more than 50 vehicles entered.
Events: -Club games, Tug-o-war, a milk-chugging contest, draggin' competition, and a burnout contest.
Sponsors: American Eagle WheelCorporation, Carolina Golf Cars, Dale Jarrett Ford, Overkill Fabrications, Speedstyles, DC Customs, Allied Waste, 110 Kustoms, McDonald Electrical Services, Star Club, Beantown Tavern, Ornamental Specialties Inc., Rims Unlimited, Domination The Video, TMR Development, Mark Holms Construction, Whirlwind Designs, Carolina Central Vacuum Systems, El Vallarta Mexican Restaurant, AVS, Camelot, Manpower Collision Center, Builders Design and Supply, and Chili's Restaurant.
Vendors: Drop 'Em Wear?, Drop Jaw Magazine, Graphic Hut, Overkill Fabrication, and Dirty South Productions
Contact for Future Events: September 28-30, 2007www.pebblepushers.com
Special Thanks: Pebble Pushers would like to thank Concord Motorsports Park, all of their sponsors, club members and their families, and everyone who came out to show off their custom creations.
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