Pigeon Forge Rod Run

The 2013 Fall edition of the Pigeon Forge Rod Run (formerly known as the Grand Run) was held for the last time at its old location in the Grand Resorts Convention Center adjacent to the hotel that is undergoing a major renovation. After 31 years in one location and a move being planned to a new location you would think the show would have been smaller than those in the past. The hot rodders, cruisers and all around auto enthusiasts turned out in record numbers on the strip and at the convention center for this farewell blowout & send off to the old location. 

The big draws for the show did not change for the final event at the old location, $10,000 in cash giveaways, Top 25 Awards and the Ultimate 5 Awards. The other attractions of the event were the top name automotive vendors, the ever popular swap meet, live entertainment every night at the boulevard, great door prizes and some of the baddest & coolest cars to hit the strip or the show. 

Sponsors of this awesome event included Ole Smoky Tennessee Moonshine, Danny’s Rod Shop, Ausley’s Chevelle Parts, Camaro Central and ASA Performance. Thanks go out to Rod, Byron and Ronny of MCS Promotions for putting together such a great farewell show at this old location.

Be sure to mark your calendar and make plans to be in Pigeon Forge September 11-13, 2014 for the Fall edition of the Pigeon Forge Rod Run at its new location in the beautiful LeConte Center. This new facility has over 100,000 square feet of indoor show space that is a perfect venue for this event. Plus outside on the LeConte Center grounds are more vendors and cars, making this a show with the best of both indoor and outdoor car shows.  For more info on the Pigeon Forge Rod Run call 865-687-3976 or visit 



Top 25

Stephanie Higgins - 

‘55 Ford F100 Van

Michael Goforth - ‘69 Camaro

Ken Meredith Sr. - ‘32 Ford

Dave Vanderpool - ‘67 Shelby Blue

Mike Dove - ‘65 Falcon

Eva Lane - ‘57 Nomad

Eddie White - ‘37 Ford

Cracker Jenkins - ‘67 Chevelle

Doug Norris - ‘55 Chevy

Jim Brown - ‘33 Ford

Danny England - ‘69 Camaro

Keither Tinche - ‘37 Ford

Bobby Foster - ‘04 Corvette

Bryan Owens - ‘09 Shelby GT

Harry Pickett - ‘70 Chevelle

Jerry Lyndon - ‘56 Corvette

Eddie Vannoy  - ‘68 Mustang

Steve Teer - ‘54 BelAir

David Butler - ‘12 Mustang

Tim Savage - ‘55 Chevy P/U

Ricky Brown - ‘Chevelle,

Danielle Tackett - ‘64 Impala

Jerry Rice - ‘56 Chevy

John Jinnings - ‘70 Torino

Lynn Zigler - ‘66 Coronet


Ultimate 5

 Vinnie Loy - ‘55 BelAir,

Johnny Golden - ‘68 Chevelle

Gary Brown - ‘55 Ford 

Sandy Malcom - ‘68 Chevelle


David Ellison - ‘71 Cuda.

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