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2015 Southern Oregon Rod & Custom Show



The members of the Rogue Valley Street Rods club will present the 38th Annual Southern Oregon Rod & Custom Show  February 14th & 15th 2015. This terrific show is held indoors at the Jackson County Fairground and Exposition Center buildings in Central Point, Oregon.

We anticipate 8,000 people will come to the show to see the vehicles, commercial displays, raffles, trophies and other activities. The RVSR members work all year to make this a special event for the participants and our community. Whether as an entrant or a spectator we know you will enjoy the show.

In addition to being a fun and entertaining event, a primary purpose for the presentation of the show is to generate a substantial donation to the Child Development and Rehabilitation Center (CDRC) of the Oregon Health & Science University. This fine organization has been helping deserving kids and their families for over 39 years.

The CDRC primarily treats kids who have diagnoses of either cerebral palsy or developmental delay. Many children with spina bifida, behavioral problems, craniofacial disorders or a genetic syndrome also receive treatment from CDRC. We are very proud to have been able to cumulatively donate $525,000+.

So, if you'd like to join in the fun and participate in our show, send us your application, when available, from this website.. There's no entry fee if you are selected. The Show Committee of the Rogue Valley Street Rods selects the final entrants and places them in the venue. Their decisions are final.

We look forward to hearing from you!

Ron Smith
Show Chairman

Don Martin
(In charge of car selection)

541-474-1165  (home use 1st)

541-292-2104  (cell)

Entry form is available from here. Adobe Reader is required to view, or open in browser. Adobe Reader can be downloaded free from the internet.

RVSR Show Entry Form

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