Volunteer for the Lake Country Car Show

Meeting of volunteers Wednesday, 7 p.m. July 29 at Lake Country Chamber of Commerce office.

Volunteer for the Lake Country Car Show

The Lake Country Chamber of Commerce & the Customs & Classics Car Show invites everyone who would like to volunteer to help out at the Lake Country Customs and Classics Car Show on Sunday Aug 23 at Swalwell Park.

There will be a meeting of volunteers at the Lake Country Chamber office (102-3121 Hill Rd.) tonight, July 29 at 7 p.m.

The building will be closed so park in the parking lot and take the walkway on the right of the building (in front of the old Azotto’s). You will come across Mona Vision then the front lobby, and the office is on the other side of the lobby, right on Hwy. 97.

Here’s a list of some of the team member volunteer help the Car Show requires:

• Set-up at Swalwell Park

• Getting “Car Show Today” signs out

• Parking Cars

• Registration

• Handing out Water Bottles

• 50/50 ticket sales

• Door prize and T-shirt table

• Runners

• Vendor/Sponsor liaison

• Clean-up and tear down.

If any of these, or other, areas of helping with the Car Show interest you or anyone you know, contact the Lake Country Chamber at 250-766-5670, email CEO@lakecountrychamber.com and/or attend the meeting on Wednesday evening.

 

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