LMC Cruise to Run-to-the-Sun Car Show
March 17-19, 2016, Myrtle Beach, SC.
Hosted by the Pee-Dee Street Rodders and the City of Myrtle Beach, 2016 will be the 28th annual Run to the Sun Car Show, one of the largest in the Southeast. It brings hundreds of classic cars to Myrtle Beach for a weekend-long event. In addition to bringing classic-car enthusiasts from around the country together, the show raises money for the Children's Miracle Network and the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.
Pre 1989 Cars & Trucks Only | Show & Shine | No Rain Date
SHOW TIME……………………8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
PRE-REGISTRATION………….8:00 AM – 11:00 AM
Pick up packet at Registration location
REGISTRATION……………….8:00 AM – 11:00 AM
Day of Show Fee……………..$ 45.00
Door prize giveaways for all Registered Participants…………………. 1:00pm
For those who are going to the show 17-19 March and plan to be in the show or go up and stay for a few days, anyone doing so will need to coordinate separately.
For the "spectators" who want simply cruise to Myrtle Beach for the day on the 19th, we plan to go in two groups.
The "High Gear" folks can meet with Scott Harris at the new Walmart Supercenter on Hwy 17 just past Hwy 41 for a cruise up the coast via Hwy 17 to the Run-to-the-Sun auto show in Myrtle Beach. Be there in time for a prompt departure at 6:30am to ensure arrival at the registration desk by 8:00 a.m. If you plan on going this route, please let Russell Huggins know at email@example.com RSVP here!
Who's going so far ("High Gear"):
- Russell Huggins (1)
- Tague (1)
The "Low Gear" folks looking for a smooth ride up can gather at Cracker Barrel in Summerville (exit 199a) Saturday morning for a prompt 6:30 a.m. departure lead by James "Bo" Harrell. Arrive early for breakfast! If you haven't yet registered, you may want to touch base with one of the early birds and see if they will register for you, since Bo's crew will arrive pretty close to the last minute. Contact Bo at 843-209-0987. RSVP here.
Who's going so far ("Low Gear"):
- Dennis Warren (1)
- Tom Barkaow (1)
Last year over $98,000 was raised for charity. Check out the photos taken while we were there in our 2015 Run-to-the-Sun Photo Album.
Open to anyone.