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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 11-29-2006, 12:16 PM Thread Starter
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Dec. 2 - 2nd Annual SVTOAZ Toys for Tots Car Show at Berge Ford Fleet Center (461 E. Auto Center Drive) - All Ford and Ford Family vehicles welcome! - Trophies, 50/50 and BBQ - Entry 1 new unwrapped toy or $20 (prereg.) or $30 day of show - Reg. 9-11am, Awards 2pm - Mesa - Info: Kristin 480-497-7529

Cya there.............


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Hmmm, and the people we were going to have over Saturday just cancelled. The planets must be in perfect alignment.

And Evil, in case you're thinking about it, a carton of cigarettes is NOT an appropriate gift for a child.



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Cool....Hope to see ya there...

I have one last space on my shelf I need filled.. lol


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Hmmm, and the people we were going to have over Saturday just cancelled. The planets must be in perfect alignment.

And Evil, in case you're thinking about it, a carton of cigarettes is NOT an appropriate gift for a child.
Are you kidding, a carton of cigarettes is like $40 A six pack of beer, with one missing, is a lot cheaper.
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Cool....Hope to see ya there...

I have one last space on my shelf I need filled.. lol
You taking the new GTO Hiker?
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I went by today to pre-register since they only have 100 spaces available. Kristen said if you get there early Saturday you shouldn't have a problem. I decided to drive the Stang since the show is at a Ford dealer. You should of seen all the sales guys come out and check the car out, it was pretty funny. I cracked up at how many were clueless at what year in was and how many took pictures of it with those damn camera phones.


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Cool....Hope to see ya there...

I have one last space on my shelf I need filled.. lol
You taking the new GTO Hiker?
No...it's a Ford show... it's staying in the garage....lol


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So what's the deal, you register at the dealership?


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Yes...there's a street called Auto Center Drive that you turn east off of Mesa Dr just south of 60. There's a light there. This street splits Berge into new cars on the north and used cars on the south. Look the for used lot on the southside. You'll see the two story building with the vulgers perched on the handrails, pull in there. Just ask anyone for Kristen, they all know her. It's a nice lot. Bring a toy to pre-register with $20. Saturday morning they will have two areas to register, pre and non registered. She said as long as your there by 10am your ok.


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Is it a toy and $20? In your first post you mentioned a toy OR $20. I don't mind either way, just don't want to look like a dork showing up without a toy.


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Now I feel cheap.......I thought it was a toy AND $20 not OR. The original posting was a cut-n-paste from crusinaz.com. I dropped the toy off yesterday and thought they would collect the $$ saturday. Oh well. No wonder she didn't collect the money....lol. The toy was price tagged $19.99 even though it only cost me $6.99. I'll bring another toy saturday so I won't feel like a slimbag. Good catch Scott. Geee, i'd find something on sale today and drop it off, $30 is kinda high for a show. See ya there...


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