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Old August 24th, 2010, 07:46 PM   #1
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Default Mike McIntosh Memorial Truck and Car Show sep 11th- TC, Mi

Talked to one of my teachers the other day and he told me about this so i thought id put it up on here to get a few wheelers to come out also. Proceeds go to the automotive program for the college.

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http://www.nmc.edu/news/2010/09/car-show.html
TRAVERSE CITY, MI - Northwestern Michigan College’s Automotive Technology Program will host the fifth annual Mike McIntosh Memorial Classic Car and 4x4 Show from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 11 at NMC’s Automotive Technology Building on Aero Park Drive.

The show is named for the late NMC automotive instructor Mike McIntosh, who retired in 2004 after 34 years of service. McIntosh organized the first car show in 2004.

Admission is free, and will include a silent auction and food available for purchase. Proceeds will benefit NMC’s Automotive Program.

Vehicle owners are invited to enter their vehicles starting at 9 a.m. There is a $10 entry fee per vehicle, and owners are encourage to register online in advance. Trophies will be awarded for best of show in each class.

The Automotive Technology facilities will be open and student projects and vehicles will be displayed. The Michigan Community Blood Center will also be on site with its blood bus for those eligible and willing to donate.

The NMC Automotive Service Technology Program offers students the option of pursuing an Associate in Applied Science degree, which combines automotive technician classes with liberal arts courses, or a Master Technician Certificate. Two specialized certificates, one in electrical and drivability and another in under car, are also available.

•Online vehicle registration »
•See photos from last year's show »
For more information, contact Wayne Moody, NMC Automotive Chair, at (231) 995-1316 or wmoody@nmc.edu.

Release Date: Aug. 16, 2010
For more information
Paul Heaton
Director of Public Relations
Northwestern Michigan College
(231) 995-1019
pheaton@nmc.edu
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