Georgia Classic Cruisers Showcase at the 17th Annual Southland Jubilee
(Greensboro, Ga. March 4, 2013) - Georgia Classic Cruisers (GCC) invites all car enthusiasts to come and enjoy a variety of hot rods, classics, antiques and trucks on April 18 at the seventeenth annual Southland Jubilee.
The car show will be located on S. Main St. and is expected to draw over 150 specialty vehicles from Atlanta, Augusta, Macon, Athens and surrounding areas.
"Our Southland Jubilee car show attracts over 150 car enthusiasts from across the state and it is our biggest show of the year,” said Barney Ross, chairman of the GCC club. “The show also gives our members an opportunity to share our interest with the lake area community, while also showcasing American history with cars ranging from the Model T to the muscle cars of today."
There will be an abundance of 60’s and 70’s muscle cars including Camaros, Corvettes, Chevelles, and GTOs. Ford Mustangs and Chrysler products including Barracudas, Belvederes and Road Runners can also be expected.
The cars are not only for the viewing enjoyment of Southland Jubilee visitors, but are also competing for 50 various car show awards determined by independent judges. These awards include top forty, best of show, best paint, best engine and many more.
Participants and spectators alike will enjoy music from the 50’s 60’s and 70’s by Tommy Landrum throughout the car show area. Southland Jubilee kicks off the summer season for the GCC.
Georgia Classic Cruisers has a close relationship with Southland Jubilee, but also maintains an active philanthropic presence in the Greene County community.
Those interested in participating in the car show must pay a $20 entrance fee. Registration is from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. on Saturday April 18. For more information about the car show please contact the Georgia Classic Cruisers, Jubilee Chairman, Barney Ross at 706-467-9122 or visit www.GeorgiaClassicCruisers.com.
For more information about Southland Jubilee, please visit www.SouthlandJubilee.com.
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