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The 2023 Asbury Car & Bike Show planned for Saturday

MADISON – Asbury’s biggest community event will be bringing in over 200 eye-catching cars, bikes, and trucks for a spectacular day for the entire family on May 20 from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. With free admission, all kinds of vehicles are invited to participate, including hot rods, cruisers, pick-ups, hogs, vintage beauties, and exotic imports. Free hot dogs will also be served!

“Last year’s show was a roaring success, and we love seeing the excitement this event brings every year as car and bike enthusiasts roll in their vehicles to offer a fun day for the community,” said Bill Munts, Pastor of Operations at Asbury. “It’s a great way for members of the car scene to connect and give families in our community a free experience together too. We look forward to welcoming everyone onto our campus!”

Fees will be poured back into Asbury’s ministry efforts through things like local partnerships with organizations that serve the vulnerable in our community such as the Downtown Rescue Mission, Asbury’s Oil Change Day Ministry, and Royal Family Kids Camp.

The 2023 Asbury Car & Bike Show will take place at Asbury’s north parking lot on the Madison Campus at 980 Hughes Road. Entrance will be from Gillespie Road. Attendee parking will be available behind Building 3.

For vehicle registration or sponsor info, visit asburycarshow.com.

On-site vehicle registration and check-in will begin at 8 a.m. on May 20. Voting will be completed by amateur judges from 10 a.m.-11 a.m. with trophies awarded at 12 p.m. No rain date is scheduled.

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