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Southern California Dealer to Hold Car Show Sept 18, 2010

Car dealer and Nismo retailer, Riverside Infiniti / Nissan is holding an open house and car show event at their extensive dealership facility. Located in Riverside, CA, the event will attract 200-300 of the hottest Nissans and Infinitis but the event is open to cars of all makes and models. Organizer Tony Nazzal will have his own twin turbo widebody Z in attendance and maintains this event welcomes all cars of all all makes. In addition to the hot show cars, there will also be live DJs and several vendor booths including: Tanabe, Motordyne, Rare JDM, GT Motorsports, DUB and more.
Several awards will be given out as well for a few classes and for those that aren't competing there will be a raffle for product. Nazzal has offered FREE BOOTH SPACE for qualified vendors who donate product for the raffle. Admission is FREE and the food is FREE but buying at least one raffle ticket is mandatory but it only costs $1! We can't think of a better recession-fighting car show to go to and thank Riverside Infiniti for giving back to the community.
In the meantime, check out their comprehensive website, OEM and Nismo parts at www.riversideinfiniti.com

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