FREE Sunday Admission to 23rd Autumn Get-Together for Military!

-All US Military (both active and retired) will be admitted for FREE on Sunday, November 11th to the Goodguys 23rd Autumn Get-Together at the Pleasanton Fairgrounds.

The Goodguys 23rd Autumn Get-Together takes over the Alameda County Fairgrounds November 10 & 11 with a Veteran’s Day theme to honor our active and retired US Military. See over 2,500 American powered hot rods, custom cars, classics, trucks, muscle cars and street machines of all years, makes & models. Joining the show & shine is the hi speed tire-screeching Goodguys AutoCross road course, a giant automotive swap meet and car corral, manufacturer’s exhibits, model car show, arts & crafts, kids play area and lots more! Part car show, part festival, part automotive treasure hunt, the Goodguys 23rd Autumn Get-Together has something for everyone!

To honor our current and past United States servicemen and women, Goodguys along with Specialty Sales Classics is offering FREE admission to all current active duty military personnel as well as retired military personnel on Sunday, November 11th (Veteran’s Day). A special military vehicle exhibit is also being planned.

The FREE ADMISSION is just part of a weeklong celebration honoring our U.S. veterans. It all kicks off Sunday, November 4th with the 16th annual Tri-Valley Veteran’s Day Parade in downtown Pleasanton in which Goodguys will participate. At the 23rd Autumn Get-Together, a special vintage military vehicle exhibit will be featured inside the Young California building and we’ll post the colors both Saturday and Sunday during special ceremonies. Collections will also be taken at the event in support of Pleasanton Military Families Holiday “Pack-Out” packages (comfort and care supplies that go to overseas troops). There will also be a special card signing for kids (located in the kids area) where they can send a note of thanks and holiday cheer to soldiers abroad. Topping it off will be an appearance by the Young American Patriots Fife and Drum Corp – a group of grade schoolers decked out in colonial military costumes.

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