Drivers test your stuff at the Arapahoe County Fair Demolition Derby
Red, White and Moo! The Arapahoe County Fair wants you for all the metal mashing, full throttle excitement of our first ever Demolition Derby. Drivers are wanted to compete at the derby held 6 p.m. Sunday, July 27 at the 2008 Arapahoe County Fair.
To enter, participants must be at least 16 years old with a valid driver’s license. Those under 18 must provide a notarized parent/guardian signature giving consent for the driver to participate. Each driver must submit a completed entry form. Visit http://www.tommygproductions.com for build rules, payout breakdown and entry forms.
The Demolition Derby is just one of the exciting events being held at the 2008 Arapahoe County Fair. With a Pay ONE price admission, attendees receive free parking, unlimited carnival rides, all concerts, activities and entertainment. This means you don’t pay extra to watch the rodeo, huge fireworks displays or to participate in the City of Littleton mutton bustin, and you don’t fork over any cash for face painting, camel rides, or the brand new demolition derby. Just pull out your wallet when you’re hungry, are tempted to play the midway games or ready to take a souvenir home. Otherwise, keep that cash in your wallet and enjoy!
If driving a car in the Demolition Derby sounds a bit intimidating, enter into the open class competition instead. Try your hand at the baking, painting, quilting, photography, knitting or gardening categories and win bragging rights that last a year. For complete details, visit http://www.arapahoecountyfair.com.
Mark your calendar for the Arapahoe County Fair, July 23 – 27 sponsored by Radio Disney, South Metro Denver Chamber of Commerce, City of Littleton, City of Aurora, E-470 and Potestio Brothers.
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