Pigeon Forge Rod Run 2015

As a pre –registered car show participant you had a few perks, all those that pre-registered and came in for Thursdays show were invited to an all the Bar B-Q you could eat at The Margaretville Restaurant at 7pm located at the Island in Pigeon Forge. On Friday they had a drawing at 5pm for pre-registration $1,000 cash giveaway, 10 names at $100 each. Each day the show opened to car show participants and vendors at 8am and at 9am at $10.00 per person admission to the general public. At their new location The LeConte Convention Center in Pigeon Forge and the new Island all tied together with a Comon parking lot and a shuttle service from the LeConte Center to the Island made getting around a breeze. Inside the LeConte Center they had available for meet and greet all 3 days Cristy Lee of All Girls Garage and Butch Patrick aka Eddie Munster from the popular 1960’s TV show “the Munsters”. With about 120 participating indoor and outdoor vendors, a lot of the public came to not just look but buy. They had a King of the Hill presentation where the car show judges pick 10 trophy winners and then those 10 pick one of the 10 the best for the King of the Hill award. At 5pm on Saturday inside the LeConte Center they had the awards presentations and the cash prizes totaling $10,000. A lot of great trophies were given to the best show cars and then came the $10,000 giveaway. Th ae first number drawn was for $2,000, the next 3 were for $1,000 and then 10 names at $500.00 each for the grand total of $10,000. The first car located at the front door of the LeConte Center was America’s most beautiful roadster award winner. The recipient of this year’s most beautiful roadster award (AMBR Award) went to Larry Olson’s 1933 Ford built by Alloway’s Hot Rod Shop. This prestigious award for 2015 was voted on at the Grand National Roadster Show this past January in Pomona, California. Larry, from South Dakota and Bobby were both at the Pigeon Forge Rod Run to represent this Beautiful Roadster. Now it’s time to just look at the pictures I took for this Crusin’ The Strip with “33 years of Rod Run Fun!”

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