Fairborn hosting annual car show


Fairborn Daily Herald



FAIRBORN — Fairborn’s 27th Annual Car Show will find Main Street and Central Avenue lined with a variety of unique cars and trucks. It is slated for 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 17.

The event will benefit Greene Medical Foundation’s Circle of Victory which assists cancer victims and is sponsored by Auto Zone while being hosted by the Fairborn Area Chamber of Commerce.

Registration will take place from 8am-noon on Sunday, Sept. 17 for a fee of $15. Participants can pick up registration forms in advance at the chamber office, Foy’s Variety Store or Auto Zone. The cost includes a t-shirt, goodie bags for the first 250 registrants and an opportunity to win one of the more than 140 plaques and trophies which will be awarded.

Highlighting the 3:30 awards ceremony will be the presentation of the 6-foot tall trophy selected by a Circle of Victory representative. Additional top selections include the mayor’s, chamber’s, fairborn schools’ superintendent, and Auto Zone. The “Best of Awards” will be presented for original, rod, pro street muscle, late model, truck, engine, paint, interior, rat rod, best overall motorcycle and best Harley Davidson.

The Sunday show will take place along Main Street from Maple Avenue to Wright Avenue and on Central Avenue from Xenia Drive to Dayton Drive. Last year’s event drew more than 270 vehicles.

Operation Fairborn Cares will also be conducting a “Heels For Heroes” fundraiser at 1 p.m. Sunday in conjunction with the car show. The one-block race features men racing in high heels and women racing in combat boots. Those interested in participating should contact Marilyn McCauley at ofcoifoef@gmail.com or 937-305-7540.

The cruise-in is slated for 4-8 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 16 at 5/3 Commons.

For additional information about the event visit the show’s website at www.fairborncarshow.com or call the Fairborn Area Chamber of Commerce office at 937-878-3191.

Fairborn Daily Herald

Story courtesy of the Fairborn Area Chamber of Commerce.

Story courtesy of the Fairborn Area Chamber of Commerce.

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