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The 15th Annual Buford ace Classic Cruise-In and Show
Date: Saturday, November 01, 2014

Modified cars , Vintage Cars, Street Rods, Muscle Cars, *Motorcycles*, Race cars, Rare Rides of all kinds and yes Classic Drivers TooOldies DJ , Tons of Door Prizes ,Silent Auction , and Fun for the Whole Family.$10.00 Cruising fee .Optional Judging entry fee $30. {Vendors Wanted} $75 per Parking space Charity's $50 per parking space Vendor Fees Non-Refundable Including for Weather.
(All Benefits the North Gwinnett Food Bank Co-op) . Sponsored by SandS ACE Hardware and Mower, Website: ssacehardware.com ,Contact: Joe Gagnon, e-mail jagagnon@ssacehardware.com or acecarshow@yahoo.com
www.FACEBOOK.COM/SSACEHARDWARE
Times:10:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Where:Buford Mall parking lot
4300 Buford Dr.
Buford GA 30518
Additional Info:Website: http://ssacehardware.com/
Phone: 770-932-1458 faext. 770-945-1279

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