Local Camaro Club supports Aluminum Cans for Burned Children via 21st annual Camaro Show
The NorthEastern Ohio Camaro Club will host its 21st annual Camaro Fall Classic Sept. 6 and 7 at Summit Racing Equipment, 1200 Southeast Ave., Saturday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and Sunday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
All proceeds benefit Aluminum Cans for Burned Children (ACBC) through Akron Children's Hospital, the club's charity for many years. This is a two day show for all Camaro owners and enthusiasts. Goodie bags will go to the first 200 participants with a dash plaque included. Over 65 awards to be given away.
Spectators are welcome -- admission to the show is free.
Members of the Camaro Team at General Motors will be on site as well as Ken Lingenfelter with Lingenfelter Performance Engineering & The Lingenfelter Collection, Tom Henry, on behalf of Tom Henry Chevrolet/Tom Henry Racing & Serpentini of Tallmadge/Montrose Auto Group --the NEOCC Club's sponsor.
Judged and Display classes available for Camaro owners, raffles, food vendors, 50/50 raffle and auction all on site. There will be an off-site Saturday evening cruise to Hartville Kitchen that will be escorted by Chief David Oliver and the Brimfield Police Department. Music and entertainment will be provided throughout the weekend by DJ Yea Yea (Mike Meduri). All cars on show grounds must be registered and display proper show credentials.
For further information, visit www.neocc.org or contact Morgan Iorio, club president, at 330-730-3348 or Cindy Caldwell, vice president, at 330-256-7408. The event will take place rain or shine.