College & Community Relations
Fifth Annual Aims Car Show pulls into GreeleySubmitted on: 07-05-2007
GREELEY -- Rev your engine, shine your chrome and come out to Aims to show off your wheels or admire some of the hottest cars in the region. The fifth annual Aims Car Show is set for Saturday, July 14. Auto enthusiasts can register their vehicles for competition beginning at 8 a.m. The event runs through 3 p.m. Twelve trophies will be awarded for the best vehicles, including Best Pickup, Best Motorcycle and Best In Show, to name a few. Breakfast will be available for purchase followed by a complimentary barbecue lunch for participants. The event is free for participants and spectators. Aims’ Automotive Technology and Collision Repair instructors and students will be on hand to provide tours of the Automotive Technology center, along with demonstrations in upholstery, automotive service and collision repair. “Every year we’ve seen more and more people come out for the Aims Car Show,” said Automotive Collision Repair Professor Pat Hergenreter. “We started with about 30 cars the first year, and we’re expecting about 200 this year.” The show is held in conjunction with National Street Rod Association (NSRA) Appreciation Day. Representatives from the NSRA will be available to perform free safety checks. For more information about the Aims Car Show, contact Pat Hergenreter at (970) 339-6308. The show will take place in the Trades and Industry parking lot. Please use the entrance at 16th Street and 47th Avenue.
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