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The 2014 Eau Claire Big Rig Truck & Tractor Show; Starts August 15

(MMD Newswire) -- The 2014 Eau Claire Big Rig Truck & Tractor Show (ECBRTS) is an event bringing together people of all ages, and gives them the opportunity to see the world of trucking. The show is Free to the public and is held at the Chippewa Valley Technical College (617 W. Clairemont. Ave. Eau Claire, WI) near Sacred Heart Hospital on August 15, 16, 17, 2014.

Some of the country's top show trucks will be attending. Customized interiors, unique light displays, beautiful murals, brilliant chrome work and much more will be showcased. Upwards of a hundred semi-trucks from across the United States and Canada will be on display. There is a little bit of everything at this show; antique, non-working and even firetrucks, but many are working show trucks showing for the weekend and back to work on Monday.

The 2014 Eau Claire Big Rig Truck & Tractor Show  Eau Claire Big Rig Truck & Tractor Show

We are very excited to welcome back Alex Debogorski, star of the History Channel series Ice Road Trucker. IRT is an Emmy-nominated, critically acclaimed docu-reality show that has aired on the History Channel for eight seasons. It airs in 180 countries around the world starring the Original Ice Road Trucker himself. Alex will be available throughout the weekend to sign autographs and meet fans.

In addition, we have invited farm tractors of all sizes. We are excited to feature these hardworking machines and the people that operate them. Come and vote for you favorite tractor.

We have over 25,000 sq. ft.of exhibitors from the trucking industry looking forward to meeting you.

Musical entertainment on the family main stage is again provided by the JFT Party Band. Ben Stillwater and the Sound of Country Rhythm Trio will be performing on the side stage. The Bounce Houses and kids area will be back. Demonstrations from local organizations including Karate American, Trinity Equestrian Center, Diamond School of Dance as well as Free-Friday evening Popcorn and Movie Night. A Light Parade for the trucks will be Saturday evening and the tractor Parade of Power is on the grounds Sunday.

We are proud to contribute to the following local non-profit groups: United Cerebral Palsy of West Central Wisconsin, the Hands Foundation helping homeless veterans and the Chippewa Valley Chapter of the SPAAMFAA (Society for the Preservation and Appreciation of Antique Motor Fire Apparatus in America.)

Check out for future announcements, show hours, Alex's hours, big top and outdoor exhibitors, and other up-to-date information.

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