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Wednesday, April 13, 2011
If the weather is nice, volunteer organizers expect up to 6,000 people who enjoy cars, music, an historic downtown setting and a friendly atmosphere.
The Oakboro Cruise-In & Burnout is in its eighth season, having begun in 2004.
If weather is pretty, cars start arriving after lunch. However, the official hours are 5-9:30 p.m. The burnout will occur at 9 p.m.
Food vendors and souvenir concessions will be set up. Restaurants and retail stores will be open. The public is encouraged to purchase 50/50 tickets. Proceeds go towards the operation and promotion of the event and help provide scholarships for local high school students.
The Cruise-In is held in downtown Oakboro on NC Hwy. 205 between Albemarle and Charlotte. It is one of the largest cruise-ins held in a small North Carolina downtown.
For information, visit the Oakboro Cruise-In on Facebook, email firstname.lastname@example.org, log onto www.OakboroCruiseIn.com or call Jerry Crayton at 704-467-4992.
Posted by About Greta at Wednesday, April 13, 2011