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Miss Purple Heart Pin Up Girl Contest, Car Show, & Fair!
August 7, 2016 @ 1:00 PM - 6:00 PM$10
This will be a family friendly event.
There is a $10 registration fee for Pin Up girls who want to enter. The registration fee will be taken at a later date. Along with your registration fee, I will need a 1 to 2 paragraph bio of yourself, maybe mention your favorite car or why you love pin up, etc. Be yourself, be original. Please write it how you want it read to the crowd. And please also send me your stage name.
I am looking for any type of vendors who would like to set up a tent and sell their merchandise, goods, etc. Local businesses welcome! Any vendors who would like to set up, it will be free of charge but asking you to donate a very small gift of some sort from their business to put into a goodie bag for each contestant. PLEASE EMAIL ME IF YOU ARE INTERESTED!
All classic/vintage cars welcome. $10 registration fee taken at the event. 1st, 2nd, & 3rd place ribbons will be handed out. All photos will be posted to the Pink Pinups Facebook page to do whatever you please!
Looking for photographers as well to come along and do photos of the event and all of the girls and cars!
If you are interested in participating in any of these please email me me at LexiLaLaXO@gmail.com
Purple Heart Day is observed annually on August 7th.
A decoration consisting of a purple, heart-shaped piece of silk having a narrow edge of silver stitched with the word Merit across the face, was created by General George Washington on August 7, 1782. Considered to be the first official military combat badge of the United States Armed Forces, this is called the “Badge for Military Merit”. The official successor decoration of the Badge of Military Merit is the Purple Heart.