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Registration underway for 26th annual St. Jude Open Car Show April 20 in Plaquemine


Food vendors, music, cash prize among the other events scheduled at the Mark A’. “Tony” Gulotta Waterfront Park for the lomgtime Plaquemine auto extravaganza which began in 1998

A springtime tradition continues April 20 when the Baton Rouge Corvette Club presents its 26th annual St. Jude Open Car Show at Bayou Plaquemine Waterfront Park, 57845 Foundry St.

Preregistration is encouraged, but online registration will run from 8 to 11 a.m. the day of the show.

Music, food and fun will share the spotlight with the automobiles throughout the day.

Raffle tickets will be available, and cash prizes of $250, $500 and $1,000 will be awarded.

In addition, more than a dozen retail vendors will sell a variety of items. Other events include 50/50 ticket sales, Valve Cover & Hot Wheels racing, along with silent and live auctions.

Car show awards will begin at 3:30 p.m.

A blood drive is also scheduled at the event from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in a bloodmobile at the Waterfront Park.

Vehicle Registration

A donation of $50 will cover registration of one vehicle, an engraved wooden plaque of the contestant and their car and a car show T-shirt of their choosing.

Sponsor and “In Memory” Plaques

A donation of $50 will cover cost of a plaque made in the contestant’s name or the name of a loved one.

Corporate Sponsor’s Form

A monetary donation of at least $250 or $250 worth of items/services will cover promotion of businesses on the event website, as well as print on banners at the car show and on each of the approximately 400 T-shirts distributed at the car show.

All associated forms, along with additional information, can be found at https://brcc.clubexpress.com/content



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