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Pioneer Valley GTO 15th Annual Classic Car Show
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Date/Time
Date(s) - 06/02/2013
9:00 am - 4:00 pm

Location
Polish American Club

The Pioneer Valley GTO Association (PVGTOA) located in Western Massachusetts was initially formed in 1996.  The clubs founding members had a common interest and that was Pontiac GTO.  Over the last 10 years the club has grown to over 150 members and is one of the largest GTOAA chapters. The PVGTOA hosts an annual Car show the first Sunday in June, this is 15th year of the car show. We expect over 300 cars this year.

All the proceeds from the car show are donated to: Shriner’s Children’s Hospital and Relay for Life for colon cancer research. The PVGTO has raised and donated over $150,000 in the past fourteen years.

This year the show is on Sunday, June 2nd 2013 from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm the show is open to all makes and models located at Polish American Club 139 Southwick Street (Route 57) Feeding Hills, MA

Activities throughout the day: Music with DJ Dave Lash, live band, Peter Pans Future Bus, pictures of all cars upon entry, raffles, 50/50, gifts, apparel for sale, food and beverages all day, trophies for many cars and a special group of Oldsmobile will be on display.

 

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