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Promoter Rick Paulick says the New Motorama Motorsports Expo and custom vehicle show has been set for April 1-3 in 2016. The multi-channel indoor event, in its second year, will again be held in Shopko Hall and the Brown County Veterans Memorial Arena, nearby to the hallowed Lambeau Field football stadium.
The show will highlight hands-on talents and education with pinstripers and metal fabricators putting on demonstrations. “Masters of the Brush” will feature some of the nation’s best pinstripers getting together to produce cool creations that will be auctioned off daily with all proceed going to breat cancer research, according to Paulick.
“Metal Mania” will include metal shaping seminars by Ron “Professor Hammer” Covell as well as local artisans Dave Byron and Matt Schmelzer.
The car show will feature competition vehicles, sports cars, motorcycles, street rods, low riders, SUVs, Jeeps and dune buggies. A special spotlight will be cast on 1970s models. The show’s overall Grand Champion car will qualify for a guaranteed $1,000 award. Local motorsports columnist Joe Verdigan also will be conducting a book signing, while vendors will be selling auto parts, accessories and services. Sponsors include Vintage Works anf Tytler’s Cycles.
A Chevrolet and Corvette salesman by day, Paulick started the New Motorama event last year to fill the vacuum that was left in the Green Bay market after the World of Wheels events left the area.
“I’ll be working hard between now and April to bring in some great cars and trucks and additional attractions,” Paulick told THE SHOP magazine. “For car owners, pre-registration is required and we are registering additional vehicles every day.”
Contact Paulick at 920-660-2674 or at [email protected].