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Old 08-14-2018, 12:05 PM
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Default Emergency Vehicle Display Show - Saturday, October 6, 2018

This is our 28TH annual show. This year’s show is dedicated to the late retired Sergeant William Sanders of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Dept, who passed away in March of this year. Bill was a very strong supporter of our event and a great friend.
The show is a pro first responder family event. You’ll see emergency vehicles of all types including police, fire, ambulance and military. All proceeds will be donated to the Ripon Police Volunteers and Explorers, the Menlo Park Police Cadet Unit and the C.H.P. Historical Museum. Spectators are free. Congratulations to our 2017 Best of Show winner, Mr. Alan Erland with his 1969 Dodge Polara.
Vehicle Entry – Public agency vehicles are FREE, privately owned vehicles are $40.00 for pre-registration, $45.00 for day of show. This show is open to any current or vintage vehicle including police, CHP, police Camaros/Mustangs, public relations/CSO/volunteer vehicles, K9 units, mobile command, SWAT, motorcycles, fire trucks, ambulances, hearses, security and any military vehicle. Unmarked former police and similar plain vehicles are welcome. We do not encourage or condone the equipping and marking of 1998 or newer privately owned police vehicles. There can be exceptions. All vehicles entering the show must arrive by 09:30 hours.
Recruitment Booth - Any public or private agency is welcome to set up a recruitment booth, but a marked display vehicle is also required. Public agencies are free, private agencies are $40.00.
Swap Meet –Swap meet spaces ($40.00) are available inside, all items must be hobby related. (No weapons for sale)
Cruise and Parade Information
On Friday 10/5 at 6 p.m. there will be a cruise escorted by Ripon Police starting from the Ripon Community Center. Any vehicle registered for the show is welcome. At 1:00 p.m. on Saturday, there will be a slow speed "code 3" parade consisting of vehicles registered in the show. The Ripon Police Dept is in charge of the cruise and the parade.
We thank the Menlo Park Police Dept, and the Menlo Park Police Officer’s Association, the Ripon Police Dept and the Ripon Police Officer’s Association, Reserve Captain Chris Flath and the Walnut Creek Reserve Police Officer’s Association, retired Menlo Park Police Chief Bruce Cumming, Retired U.S. Marshal Mike Del Puppo, Chief Ron Levine of the Foothill/DeAnza College Police, Mr. Chris Hagen, Mr. Roberto Sepulveda, Mr. Ernie Zebal and many other individuals who sponsor our event. We also recognize and thank our many volunteers. Thank you for supporting our non-profit event.
For further information or a entry form, please contact the
Event Coordinator Darryl M. Lindsay via 650-743-4486 or email; inpursuitmppd@yahoo.com, visit our Facebook page under the show title, or see our website at www.riponmenloparkpolicecarshow.com Thank you for your support.
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