Which classic car owner will snare the AJC Creepers Car Club Cup?


In June, car lovers will make their way to Jim Miller Park in Marietta for the Creepers Car Club's Fun Run #27.

Hundreds of classic cars and trucks will be on display and one car owner will be awarded the inaugural AJC Creepers Club Cup (above). 

Cost to attend the June 10 show is $5, and kids under 12 will be admitted for free. 

All of the proceeds will benefit Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, Children’s Miracle Network, and Special Olympics Cobb County.

There will also be a contest where one lucky subscriber to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution will win the following:

  • Free tickets to the car show
  • A ride in a classic car
  • A chance to be one of the judges who will present the AJC Creepers Club Cup

A e-mail to subscribers with details about how to enter the contest will be sent around Memorial Day. 

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