When promoters of a truck show change venues or the dates, it usually proves to be a bad move. And when both the location and dates are changed during the same year, it could mean certain disaster. Well not so for Robbie Bryant and all the great staff that has put on Slamily Reunion for the last four years. The move ended up being great for the show, the new show ground was cleaner, and the temperature was almost 40 degrees coolers than years past. It even rained all weekend but no one seemed to mind, and the show still pulled in over 400 rides.
This show continues to be one the top shows in the Midwest, and It draws in people from everywhere even from both coast. But there are more than just awesome trucks to check out at the show. With great vendors set up, great tasting food, a DJ playing dope jams, and all types of contests running, it’s hard to have a bad time. Also Friday and Saturday night at this show is starting to become something people look forward to just as much the show itself. The City of Fort Smith offers all kinds of places for people to get together and have an unforgettable time.
Kay Rodgers Park, Fort Smith, AR
August 18-19, 2012
Injected Speed Shop, J. Pauley Toyota, Audio Addiction, Arkansas Customs, Breeden Automotive, Street and Performance, Kicker, Slosh Tubz, KEG Digital Garage, Wilson Auto Body Inc., Chrome, ESD, Slam Specialties, audiofanatics.com, DeArmond Chassis and Paint, Small Town Customs and, GC Valves.