Good Sam Safe Ride’s Hot Tahoe Cruisin’ South Shore Car Show returns to Heavenly Village
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What: Hot Tahoe Cruisin’ South Shore Car Show
When: Begins Tuesday, Aug. 8
Where: Heavenly Village
Tickets: Free to attend, $40 to participate
Calling all classic car fanatics: Be sure to swing by Heavenly Village at least once between Tuesday, Aug. 8, and Sunday, Aug. 13, for the annual Hot Tahoe Cruisin’ South Shore Car Show.
The six-day event features sidewalk sales, over 20 trophies, a poker run and music, and is open to all cars, trucks and bikes.
But that’s not the best part: Get out and look at the region’s coolest vehicles while supporting a local cause. Hot Tahoe Cruisin’ is a fundraiser for the host organization Good Sam Safe Ride, a nonprofit established in 1985 that is dedicated to providing safe, free rides for intoxicated individuals.
“To date, more than 100,000 intoxicated drivers and their friends have been delivered safely home in the Tahoe area and much effort has been made to help start safe ride programs in other cities all around America.
“Many lives have been saved and many millions of dollars of damage has been avoided thanks to your generous donations for raffle tickets or when you attend one of our car shows,” states the Good Sam Safe Ride website.
Hot Tahoe Cruisin’ is open to all and attendance is free. To participate in the show there is a $40 entrance fee. Guests have the opportunity to purchase raffle tickets for this year’s giveaway package, which includes a 1955 pleasure craft canned ham vintage camping trailer and 1955 Lincoln Capri.
Learn more about Good Sam Safe Ride and the car show online at http://www.goodsamsaferide.com.
— Lake Tahoe Action
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