Dennis VanAlstine Car And Motorcycle Show In Superior Still Needs Cars, Vendors, And Food Trucks
The new and improved Dennis VanAlstine Car and Motorcycle show are looking for people to be part of the 4th of July Celebration in Superior.
This year's celebration still has room for cars, vendors, and food trucks or businesses. At the time I am writing this there is only one food vendor possibly two, which means there is still room for people who own food businesses to be a part of the car show.
Also, if you are a vendor and want to be a part of the car show on Tower Avenue, you can. This also means charities that want to get information out to the public. If you would like to have a place to talk about or put out information on your charity, this is your opportunity. You can contact Michele through the Facebook page. Or call 218-491-0055 and email email@example.com.
The Dennis VanAlstine Car and Motorcycle show are jam-packed with great music and a pin-up contest from Border Town Betties with more info about the 4th Of July festivities on the City Of Superior Webpage.
Here is the layout for the day:
- 1-3 pm. Aftershock!
- 3-430pm Bordertown Betties pin-up contest
- 430-5 pm. the music of John Saguin (set 1)
- 5-530pm. the awards and prizes
- 530-6 pm. John Saguin (set 2)
There is a parade opportunity for the cars and motorcycles before the car show starts. Michelle had this to say on her Facebook information page.
Parade update... Lineup is on Motorelli drive near the football field off of Belknap with entry by 24th. Start time is 11am so please be there early enough to be ready to go because we will be in the front. Candy can be given out but not thrown. The Bordertown Betties will be there to assist with handing out candy, as well as riding in or on vehicles or walking with banners. Feel free to decorate your ride for the holiday, I know there will be some with flags, be creative! If you want to promote a business or cause, you can hand out flyers or business cards if you want. Let's try to all bring some candy, the kids really look forward to that.
Thanks so much to the City of Superior, Bordertown Betties, and Michele for all the information provided. Don't forget to tune in KOOL 101.7 for the official soundtrack to the Superior Fireworks at 10 pm.
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