Hot August Nights Spring Fever Revival

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2017 Spring Fever Revival
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Hot August Nights and the Downtown Properties kick up the heat with Spring Fever Revival Friday, May 18th and Saturday, May 19th with festivities beginning at 8 a.m. This annual festival will get you revved up for the main event as we show and shine for two days with classic beauties, memorabilia, street fair vendors, food and beverage booths and entertainment that will fill Virginia Street. A Celebrity Choice Show-n-Shine on Saturday will get our 600+ classic car participants a run for their money as they compete for the beloved ribbons and trophies.

Registration for the Spring Fever Revival event is open to all 1976 and older vehicles with free entry for 2018 Hot August Nights registered car participants. All contributors will receive a window sticker, commemorative dash plaque, and other items. For non-registered participants there will be a $35 entry fee.

Each year during Spring Fever Revival our Marketing & PR Manager, Heather Libretti cruises Virginia St. for classic beauties that will be offered a once in a life time opportunity. Each one of these chosen classics will be photographed and featured in Hot August Nights marketing campaigns for the coming year. Also, one or more of these vintage stunners may be chosen as this year’s 32nd Anniversary Poster! To be considered for this great honor, you must be a 2018 Hot August Nights registrant and Spring Fever Revival attendee. If you think your car has the look to be featured, make sure to keep an eye out for Heather or give a photo of your classic along with your participant number to the info booth during Spring Fever Revival. Good Luck!

New this year, Pinocchio’s Moms on the Run, Ride for the TaTas with join Hot August Nights festivities during Spring Fever Revival. A fundraiser dinner that will include music, live and silent auction will be held in the Reno Ballroom, in downtown Reno on Saturday night, May 19 along with a mixed (motorcycles and classic vehicles) poker run that will kick off under the arch at 10 a.m. sharp on Sunday morning. Stop by the Pinocchio booth during the event hours or visit www.rideforthetatas.org for details on how to sign up.

FOR SPRING FEVER REVIVAL VENDOR INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT: JASON WILLIAMS AT 775.324.6435 OR VISIT: www.WilliamsLTD.com

2017 Winners

City of Reno Mayor Award
1941 Willys Woody owned by John Machen

City of Sparks Mayor Award
1967 Chevy Camaro owned by Keith & Michelle Danielson

City of Reno Manager Award
1960 Rolls Royce owned by Tom Crouse

District Attorney Award
1948 Ford F1 Pickup owned by Jerry & Sandy Moore

Reno Police Chief Award
1957 Ford T-Bird owned by Carol Miller

Reno Fire Chief Award
1956 International S-130 owned by Wade & Vicky Hollis

Swire Coca Cola Award
1941 Lincoln Custom owned by Tom & Sheri Nelson

RSCVA Chairman Award
1967 Chevy Chevelle SS owned by Rocky Wagner

1868 FC Soccer Award
1967 Ford Mustang owned by Bud Byrnes

MAG Auctions Award
1960 Chevy Impala owned by Dan Marsh

Hot August Night President Award
1933 Ford C-400 owned by Bruce Covey

2016 Winners

City of Reno Mayor Award
1933 Ford C-400 owned by Bruce Covey

City of Sparks Mayor Award
1950 Buick Special owned by Jerry Valenti

City of Reno Manager Award
1965 Cadillac Deville owned by Rich Crombie

District Attorney Award
1971 Chevy Chevelle owned by Skip & Carolyn Evans

Reno Police Chief Award
1939 Ford Coast to Coast owned by Guy Rochet

Reno Fire Chief Award
1962 Dodge Dart owned by David Bavol

Swire Coca Cola Award
1969 Plymouth Roadrunner owned by Mark Tresemer

New West Coors Distributing Award
1956 Ford T-Bird owned by Michael Parsons

Reno Aces Award
1967 Chevy Camaro owned by Larry Tack

Hot August Night President Award
1935 Ford Tudor Slantback owned by Larry Soto

2014 Winners

District Attorney:
1965 Brown – Volks Wagon – Eric Bennett

Reno Police Chief:
1948 Black – Ford F1 Pickup – Gerald & Sandy Moore

Mayor, South Lake Tahoe:
1967 Candy Apple Red – Ford Mustang Convertible – Ralph (Bud) Byrnes

Reno Fire Chief:
1966 Red – Ford GTA – Willie Skroch

Swire Coca Cola:
1950 Red -Willy Overland Jeepster – Roy Silliker

Mayor City of Reno:
1941 Green – Lincoln Custom – Tom Nelson

Mayor City of Sparks:
1940 Green/Chrome – Dodge Power Wagon – Harry & Joanne Fahnestock

Coors:
1967 Black – Shelby Cobr – Bruce Schoggen

Reno City Manager:
1966 Silver – Ford GT40 – Larry & Julie Marigold

CSG Direct Mail:
1957 Blue – Chevy 4 door Bel Air – Gary Echevarria

2015 Winners

Boys & Girls Club Award
1940 Dodge Flatbed owned by Harry Fahnestock

City of Sparks Mayor Award
1955 Pontiac Starchief owned by James Mandas

Swire Coca Cola Award
1956 Ford Pickup owned by James LaMaack

City of Reno Mayor Award
1941 Buick Rooadmaster owned by Linda & Richard Sanchez

Reno City Manager Award
1963 Jaguar Mark X owned by Micah Wellman

HAN Presidents Award
1935 Studebaker Dictator owned by Bruce & Diann Prentice

Washoe County District Attorney Award
1960 Rolls Royce Silvercloud 2 owned by Tom Crouse

Reno Chief of Police Award
1956 Ford T-Bird owned by Michael & Alison Parsons

New West Coors Distributing Award
1968 Mercury Cougar XR7 owned by Dan Linke

Reno Fire Chief Award
1940 Willys Coupe owned by Jerry Bell

2013 Winners

District Attorney:
1931 Black – Plymouth 4 Door – Bob Hickox

Reno Police Chief:
1970 Purple/Black – Plymouth Cuda – Theresa Kornman

University of Nevada Athletics:
1954 Metallic Orange – Chevy Delivery – John Seifert

Reno Fire Chief:
1968 Silver/Back – Ford Cobra – Bob & Carol Schweitz

Swire Coca Cola:
1966 Silver -GT 40 Ford – Julie & Larry Marigold

Mayor City of Reno:
1941 Green – Spode Lincoln Custom – Tom Nelson

Mayor City of Sparks:
1960 Silver – Rolls Silver Cloud – Tom Clouse

Coors:
1931 Charcoal Blend Over Silver – Ford “Victoria” – Art & Ana Winston

Reno City Manager:
1931 Candy Apple Red – Chevy  Coupe – Gary Honea

CSG Direct Mail:
1957 Silver – Chevy Bel Air – Ken Machado