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Dads and Doughnuts on Father’s Day at GM Nationals


Camaro on autocross track at 2015 GM Nationals | Carlisle Events photo

Dads and Doughnuts offers reduced car show registration, photos with the family, and monster truck rides to celebrate Father’s day, June 19, during the GM Nationals at the Carlisle Fairgrounds in Pennsylvania.

On Father’s Day, fathers registering a GM-branded vehicle get themselves, the car, and all passengers into the show for $15. Each show car will get a coupon for complimentary coffee and doughnuts, provided by Duck Donuts of Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania, which will set up shop in the fairgrounds’ guest-services building.

Families also will have the opportunity for a Father’s Day photo and a coupon for children aged 12 or younger to ride the Predator Monster truck with Dad for free.

The GM Nationals run June 17-19 featuring displays focusing on the Hurst Olds and Olds Toronado.

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