Dan Cyr Enterprises, Inc. (DCE) hotrodshows.com announced today the moving of America’s oldest and most famous indoor rod & custom show, The Grand National Roadster Show, from northern California. It’s new home will be at the Fairplex in Pomona, California. It will take place Friday, Saturday and Sunday, January 23-25, 2004.
After years of trying to find a suitable home for this historic event due to the downsizing of its former venue at the Oakland Coliseum in Oakland, California, temporary moves to San Francisco and San Mateo, DCE has decided to take it to the birthplace of hot rodding, Southern California. As most motor heads know, the Fairplex is home to many of the country’s most exciting hot rod events, the LA Roadster Show, NHRA Drag Racing, NHRA Museum of Drag Racing, Goodguys Nostalgia Drag Racing, George Cross’ Show & Swap, Super Chevy Show and many others. It’s the only place in America that offers so much to motorsports enthusiast.
The Grand National Roadster Show, now in its fifty-fifth year of making hot rod history, will occupy Buildings 4-5 & 6 and the surrounding concourse during the January inaugural event. With space for almost 300 of America’s finest rods, customs, motorcycles and classy classics, along with room for over 100 commercial exhibitors, it will be the must attend event kicking off the rodding season.
hotrodshows.com produces four premier indoor rod & custom events on the West Coast. The 55th Grand National Roadster Show; the 54th Sacramento Autorama, February 6-8; the 6th Portland Road & Custom Show, February 13-15; and the 5th Seattle Roadster Show, February 27-29. They also produce six events for the Import Tuners called “Import Motion.” Three are combined with their rod & custom venues in Sacramento, Portland and Seattle.
For information about Dan Cyr Enterprises, Inc., visit their Website www.hotrodshows.com or call their world headquarters (877) 236-0632.