New Jersey Chapter's GTG April 17, 2010 7AM - 6PM (CT)
Here it is the Spring GTG we have all been waiting for:
28th Annual 2010 Englishtown Swap Meet & Auto Shows
Located at Old Bridge Township RACEWAY PARK, Englishtown, NJ
Our meeting place will be at our previous Chapter Leader Tom's (tjc transport) swap meet booth, located at #Z-5 (along the fence) next to the back parking lot entrance.
As in the past Tom has generously provided the chapter with a sheltered meeting area for hanging out, eating, and a place to hang your hat for the day!
This event includes on Saturday the event "Shine and Show" this enables participants to park their vehicle on the racetracks show area, and includes admission for two, for the price of $8.00 if paid before 2/28/2010, $15.00 after 2/28/2010.
So clean it up, shine it up and show it off!
We just received confirmation of the booth today and you will need to send in the registration fee ASAP if you want to beat the deadline.
General Admission is $10/per person under 12 Free!
The PDF form you need to complete, in the space for car club put the following: Ford Truck Enthusiasts - NJ Chapter
(This is very important for if we have enough we could possibly win the club participation award)
I am going to try to get FTE Sponsorship for this event, so the more people we have the more they will be willing to spring for swag.
Please also read carefully the rules and regulations pertaining to attending this event as a participant.
Bring a cooler, sunglasses, hats, jackets, a comfortable chair and comfortable shoes, this swap meet and auto show is huge. <!-- / message --><!-- BEGIN TEMPLATE: ad_showthread_firstpost_sig --><!-- END TEMPLATE: ad_showthread_firstpost_sig --><!-- sig -->
Steve I would love to go but I will be on the way to see Mickey Mouse.
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