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Title:
ImportAlliance End of Winter Meet 2014
When:
23.02.2014 - 23.02.2014
Where:
Ft. Worth, TX
Category:
Meet

Description

ImportAlliance End of Winter Meet 2014
Texas Motor Speedway
February 23th 2014 (Sunday)
9am - 5pm
Admission is $10 per person
Children 9 and under get in free.

We are very happy to announce our second annual End of Winter Meet in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area at Texas Motorspeedway on February 23th starting at 9am. Texas has a great car community and we are expecting an awesome turnout of enthusiast. Please make plans to attend and bring your friends. We had over 1500 cars in attendance last year and we should have more for 2014.

S3 Magazine, DWS Parts, J's Racing, Chase Bays, Inc., 615 Decals, Eeffect Apparel, SSP Vinyl, SLAMMEDEnuff, TexasimportsToday.com, and Ninja Status Apparel plus multiple other national and local vendors will be in attendance.

Alcohol and animals(other than service animals) are not allowed at our events. Your car will be checked.

More info at https://www.facebook.com/events/236509779861841.

Venue

Venue:
Texas Motor Speedway
City:
Ft. Worth, TX
Country:
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