Posted on 29 Jul 05
One of our two winners in the “Branson” contest was Rebecca Goldsmith of Storefront Owner K&B Underwriters, LLC http://www.programbusiness.com/tracking/sftracker.asp?Sfid=272.
Rebecca did some research and actually contacted people in Branson to write this promotional piece about an upcoming Branson activity. (Those who know my predilection for classic cars can understand why I liked Rebeccas article).
“Oh James Dean, Where Art Thou?”
Folks, reach for that palmade, grab your tightest blue jeans, best muscle shirt and pack that cigarette box you know where! August 25-28th, 2005 is bragging one of the baddest, boldest and loudest events west of the Mississippi.
Cruisin Branson Lights is gearing up and if you havent been to Branson, Missouri to spectate this muscle sport, you need to step on it.
For 4 straight days, a thousand of the countrys toughest, coolest and downright loudest muscle cars of the 60s and 70s are going to parade down Highway 76 and strut their stuff for “The worlds most fun traffic jam!” says Jerry Titus, show producer.
Titus says the hugely popular show has been going on for 11 exhaust-filled years. “Its a 4-day festival of excitement. If you havent seen this show, youre missing out. There will be 60,000-70,000 people pouring in from Arkansas, Missouri and all over the country. Therell be 15-deep on the sidewalk and hanging off the buildings to see all the fun!”
The Midnight Cruise calls for a nightly drag run – complete with police blockade and yelping fans – and will commence at Route 376 Shepherd of the Hills Expressway to Gretna Road, approximately 1 _ miles long.
Ramada Inn Resort on Hwy 76 across from Dolly Partons Dixie Stampede will host the Daily Show ‘n Shine with awards given to the top 25, best paint, best interior and best motor. For more information and details on the show, you can reach show producer Jerry Titus at 417-847-3098 who will guaranteed answer the phone by saying “Cruisin.”
For more information on the 110 events that happen yearly in Branson, Missouri reach Mike Cooper at 1-800-785-1550 or visit http://www.bransontourismcenter.com.
One for the Good Ole Boys!
Written and submitted by Rebecca Goldsmith, K&B Underwriters, LLC, www.kbunderwriters.com