Car Show set for April 28 on Wichita State campus
Mar 21, 2013 1:55 PM | Print
The 13th Annual Wichita State University and Midian Shriner's Car Show will be held from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Sunday, April 28, on Hillside Avenue between 17th and 21st Street North on the WSU campus.
The event is sponsored by the WSU Classified Senate and employees. Proceeds will be donated to the Midian Shrine Plane of Mercy Transportation Fund, which supports the transportation of children in need of medical care to Shrine hospitals across the country.
Early birds pay just $15. Day of show is $20. Goody bags and dash plaques will be awarded for the first 100 entries.
A trophy will be awarded for Best of Show. In addition there will be trophies awarded for President's Choice, First Lady's Choice, Best WSU Employee Vehicle, Best Midian Shriner's Vehicle, Club Participation, Best Motorcycle, Best Daily Driven 1975 and older and Best New Stock 2006 and Newer and Top 25 vehicles.
Registration forms can be downloaded at http://webs.wichita.edu/carshow/.
The Car Show will have food vendors and a DJ on site for all to enjoy. There will be prize giveaways for car show participants and great prizes for drawings. Tickets are available to everyone for $1 each or seven for $5.
All early bird participants will be entered into a drawing to win an additional prize.
For information, call the Car Show information line at 316-978-2886; Lori Evans, 316-978-5691; or David Pate, 316-775-7283 or go to
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