Being that the Pebble Pushers crew are hard-core minitruckers themselves, they knew what people were looking for at a show. They made sure there was plenty of things to do and see, like vendors, crazy club games, bikini contests, a draggin' contest, a stereo contest, and more. The show is now locked in at the Concord Motor Speedway, which provides plenty of space, restrooms, food, and of course, a good spot for dragging. The draggin' contest took place on pit road of the race track that not only provided a smooth stretch of asphalt to tear up, but solid concrete barriers to protect the spectators and staff. On top of an awesome show for the people and by the people, the P.P. crew also won the coveted Mini Truckin' Club of the Year award a few years back. Stay tuned for an extended exclusive club profile in an upcoming issue. For more information on the show, check out the Show Lowdown.
The Show Lowdown
Location: Concord Motorsports Park, Concord, N.C.
Dates: September 21-23
Total vehicles in attendance: 400
Spectator attendance: 2,000+
This is the decade mark for Scr8pfest. The show has moved venues a couple of times, but still stood strong and grew every year. This year, there were people in attendance from numerous states up and down the East Coast, and also as far away as the Virgin Islands and Quebec. It was a three-day show that brought in more than 400 vehicles and 2,000 spectators. Next year's show will be September 26 to 28, at Concord Motorsports Park.
Club games, a dragging contest, and a burn-out contest.
110 Kustoms, Allied Waste, American Eagle Wheel, Camelot Custom Homes, Carquest of Concord, Carolina Golf Cart, David's Impalas, Freeman's Stereo, Harrison Enterprises, McDonalds, Speed Styles, Marvin Motorsports, Ornamental Specialties Inc.,The Lift Spot, Lowrider Depot, Sheldon's Fireworks, Signz 'N' Designz, Squeegee Tees and More Inc., and yourcustomcar.com.
Drop 'Em Wear?, Get Stroked, Graphic Hut, Little Shop of Horrors, dropjawmag.com, and Showdown Accessories.
Contact for future events:
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