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Antique Auto Club’s 30th Anniversary Show this Saturday
By Murray Forde
Mar 14, 2017 - 11:13:07 PM

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Adrian Hanna (left), President and Shawn Thomas (right), Assistant Secretary of the Antique Auto Club of the Bahamas are pictured receiving sponsorship funds from Latia Duncombe (centre), Sales and Marketing Manager for Rubis Bahamas Limited. (Photo by Mark Gillespie)

Nassau, Bahamas - The 30th anniversary of the annual Antique Auto Show takes place this Saturday, March 18th at Arawak Cay in New Providence. The Show will start at Noon and go through to 6:00pm.  Supporting this years event is Rubis Bahamas.

“The Club offers sincere thanks to Rubis for helping commemorate our 30th Anniversary Auto Show and Steak-Out.”

The Club expects another large turnout of both vintage cars and trucks and interested spectators. There will be a Bouncy Castle for the kids, and the popular art competition, open to 5 – 15 year olds.  As usual, raffles will be held during the afternoon offering various auto-related and other prizes.  The show will close with the popular Valley Boys Junkanoo Rush-out. 

The grills are expected to be busy providing steak or chicken dinners for consumption either on site or to carry home.  If Cook-out tickets have not already been purchased, they will be available at the show entrance for $15. There is no entry fee for holders of cook-out tickets.

All proceeds are for charity, with the Zion Children’s Home in Eleuthera selected as beneficiary for the 2017 Show.

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