“Our first year show was a tremendous success and was a whole lot of fun to host,” said Michael Johns, NRA Range General Manager, who led the team in organizing last year’s event in fewer than 40 days.
A view of the 2015 NRA Car & Truck Show
The event is free and open to the public, who in addition to enjoying the array of souped-up cars, trucks and bikes, can also participate in free guided tours of the National Firearms Museums, occurring every hour on the hour from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
“Last year, the guided [National Firearms Museum] tours resulted in the fourth-busiest day on record, the NRA Range was packed throughout the event, and the thousand-plus attendees enjoyed a beautiful windy day,” Johns said.
Johns added range staff will also hand out NRA Range discount cards to 500 attendees, and that the event will boast a multitude of new vendors offering great products and services, with several local businesses on hand to host prize drawings.
Registration is open to those who seek to show off their vehicle in the event, which is limited to 200 vehicles. The first 150 vehicle owner registrants will receive “swag bag” courtesy of the NRA Range, filled with NRA merchandise.
Prize packages will be awarded for best vehicle, both for an owner’s vote and a public vote, and for most unique vehicle, as judged by the public.
For more information about the NRA Car & Truck Show or for questions related to registration, vendor booths, or other inquiries, contact Michael Johns at (703) 267-1489 or email [email protected].