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LongIslandJam
12-16-2011, 06:30 PM
OAKS, PA December 14, 2011 . . . Young ladies ages 4-7 and 8-11 will have the opportunity to win the Tiny Miss Motorsports Pageant and the Little Miss Motorsports Pageant that will be part Sundayís Family Day sponsored by Metal Fab at the Motorsports 2012 Presented by VPís SEF Small Engine Fuels Race Car and Trade show. The three day show is set for January 20th through 22nd at the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center in Oaks, PA.
The 4-7 young ladies will compete for the Tiny Miss Motorsports title while those that are 8-11 will via in the Little Miss Motorsports Pageant. All the young ladies will be able to use the experience gained in these pageants when they are old enough to be part of the BPG Racing Ms Motorsports Pageant that takes place during the same weekend.
Contestants must pre-register and include (1) one color photograph for promotional use. Parents/guardians must sign the entry form giving permission for the young ladies to enter.
Judging for the contestants will take place in one session and all contestants will be judged in sportswear attire. Inappropriate attire will not be allowed. Pageant organizers would like to have the children that are participating to look like children.
Judges will score on personality, poise, and appearance. The young ladies may be asked to introduce themselves on stage and will be interviewed on stage using the information that is provided on their entry form.
The winners will be required to return for the 2013 pageant in order to crown their successors. No child will talk away empty handed.
A complete schedule consisting of meeting time, location and final instructions will be mailed to contestants a few weeks before the show.
Entry forms may be had by telephoning 609.888.3618 or check in at www.aarn.com and link to Motorsports 2012.
Also part of the closing day of the show, Sunday, January 22, sponsored by Metal Fab, will be the RAACE Kids Big Wheel Races. These events, run in three age classes from 3 to 9 years of age, all provide some great excitement. The winners walk off with some big trophies and there are prizes for all.
As in the case with the pageants there is no entry fee. The big wheels are supplied so there is no need for anyone to bring their own. However participants must enter the show and sign up for the races before 12 noon.
And another important event on Metal Fab Day is the RAACE Foundation Charity Auction when racing collectibles and other items on the final auction block.
The Motorsports show which is organized by Len Sammons Productions and fills all 255,000 square feet of the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center with everything motorsports is a must for race fans and racers.
More than 200 racing vehicles representing just about all forms of the sport will be on display throughout the three days.
Show attendees will have the opportunity to meet many local, regional and national motorsports figures and be able to participate in free autograph sessions.
More than 600 exhibit booths offering 400 plus racing dealers, hardcore manufacturers of racing equipment, and more will be part of the huge show considered the biggest and best of its type in the Northeastern and Mid-Atlantic states.
There will be free industry seminars, antique race car displays, stage shows, interviews with major figures in the sport, the BPG Racing Ms. Motorsports Contests, the special Metal Fab sponsored Sunday activities for youngsters and so much more.
Information on exhibiting in the show, booth space is at a premium now, can be had by telephoning Tim Hogue at 609.888.3618.
Daily adult admission for the three day show is $14 while youngsters 6 thru 12 pay just $5 and under 6 are admitted FREE. A three day pass for adults is $30 and for youngsters 6 thru 12 the price is $15. There is ample free parking.
Show information, ticket prices and more can be had by checking in at www.aarn.com.