The Sloan Museum Auto Fair is an exciting two-day car show with music, exhibits, family fun with activities for kids, entertainment, Treasures in the Meadow, craft vendors, food vendors, vehicles for sale, and 700 or more great automobiles on display! The show is held on the beautiful Flint Cultural Center Campus. All years, makes, models and descriptions are welcome so you will see every kind of car and truck you can imagine.
This is an annual event that you’re probably planning to attend anyway…
How would you like to get a weekend pass for FREE?
The Citizen’s Radio Patrol is seeking volunteers to assist with traffic and crowd control for this event. It will be a fairly simple process, you show up at the gate, check in with the CRP volunteers at the volunteer tent and, after a short orientation, you will be outfitted with a T-shirt, bright yellow vest and a 2-way radio to patrol the grounds keeping an eye out for any trouble you may see. (Hint: there is next to no trouble at this event so, realistically, you’ll be looking at classic cars for your 3-hour shift)
Simply take Robert T. to Walnut and turn right at the first drive behind Whiting Auditorium. Tent will be set up there.
Obviously, we’d like to have a general idea of who to expect so we can establish a schedule, but even if we get too many to man the Radio Patrol, we will find something for you to do to get your free weekend pass!
For more information and to get on the volunteer list and schedule: Contact Mark Smith @ 810-308-2703