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Rocklin Hot Chili & Cool Cars 20th Year




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Rocklin's annual favorite, Hot Chili & Cool Cars, returns to for it's 20th year on Pacific Street in Rocklin Saturday, September 21st from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

The 20th annual event is sponsored by R.C. Willey, Five Star Auto Care. The classic car contest will feature some of the area's most popular automotive beauties, and enthusiastic chili cooks will vie for the chance to be crowned champion of the chili cook-off. The kid's area will boast bounce houses, a climbing wall, face painting, games and crafts to entertain the younger set, along with the traditional midway. The Groove Thang Band will be heading up the entertainment.

Take advantage of this great opportunity to showcase your business to thousands of Northern California residents by sponsoring the event. Plenty of sponsorship opportunities are still available. Sponsorship opportunities are limited and several categories are already sold out, so interested businesses or individuals are encouraged to sign up fast. Sponsors receive exposure on cable and in print advertising, recognition in the Rocklin ChamberNews, announcements at Chamber functions prior to the event, website recognition, a media packet and more. Business and chili booths are available for purchase and are offered on a first-come, first-served basis.

For more information, contact the Rocklin Area Chamber at 624-2548





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