Cops and cool cars come together on November 2 - Tucson News Now

Cops and cool cars come together on November 2

TUCSON (Tucson News Now) - More than 600 vehicles will be part of the 7th Annual Cops and Rodders Car Show.

The goal is to create a fun event for all ages and to give the community a chance to meet and greet Tucson Police Department officers.  It takes place Saturday, November 2 at Hi Corbett Field.  Admission is free.

The Cops & Rodders Car Show is the largest in Southern Arizona, with over 600 vehicle participants.  The show includes a variety of classic and custom cars, trucks, and motorcycles; privately owned classic police and fire vehicles; and current public safety vehicles.  Children's activities will include a Pinewood style race and a pedal car race.  In honor of the Veteran's Day holiday, the Foundation will hold a parade which will include representatives of all military branches and first responder agencies.  The Marine Moms will be on hand collecting items for our troops.  There will be major raffle prizes including the chance to win $1,000 cash.

The event is sponsored by the Jim Click Automotive Group, the Tucson Police Foundation, and the Pima County Attorney's Office.

Registrationfor the car show participants is $30.00 and is available online at www.copsandrodderstucson.org orby calling the TPF office at (520) 207-2878. Sponsor, vendor and volunteerinformation may also found on the website or by calling the office.

Proceeds will go toward helping the Tucson Police Department meet its needsassociated with officer safety related training, education and equipment, andother programs that will help the officers provide better protection to ourcommunity.

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