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Edelbrock to Host Rev'ved Up 4 Kids Charity Car Show
May 1st Car Show to Benefit Children with Learning Disabilities
On Sunday May 1st, Edelbrock will host the Rev'ved Up 4 Kids Car Show located at "Vic's Garage" in Torrance, CA. Participants are invited to come out and enjoy a day of hot rods, great food, live entertainment and all around good fun. This charity fundraising event benefits The Center For Learning Unlimited, a private educational institution that provides a comprehensive education to students with complex learning differences.
All makes and models are welcome and interested participants can pre-register online at www.revvedup4kids.com
. Early bird car entry registration costs $35.00 and is available until March 1st. Standard registration costs $40.00 and day of show registration will cost $45.00. A limited number of VIP spaces are also available for a $75.00 entry fee. Show hours are 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Spectator entry is free and The Center for Learning Unlimited will be accepting donations. Vendor space is available as well as event and trophy level sponsorships.
The 2011 Rev'ved Up 4 Kids Charity car show will host the 3nd annual Hot Rodders of Tomorrow Engine Challenge
Regional competition. Local high school students will compete in a high-energy engine building competition. The top teams from each region will earn their spot to compete at the National Finals in Las Vegas in the "Showdown at SEMA" in November. The top teams are honored with scholarships from Ohio Technical College, University of Northwestern Ohio and the School of Automotive Machinists.
"Supporting America's youth throughout the country and the community is something that we are very passionate about" states Christi Edelbrock. "It's so amazing to me what we can do together to make the dreams come true for young individuals. Given the right opportunities America's youth can contribute so much to our society, my goal is to provide opportunities to learn, scholarships and job placement in the workplace. We have national support for these initiatives and this is only the beginning."
All event proceeds go to the Center for Learning Unlimited. For more information, visit www.edelbrock.com