2014 Pride & Polish shows kick off this week in Wildwood, Fla.

| April 23, 2014

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The 2014 Pride & Polish National Championship series continues in Wildwood, Fla., at the end of the month where the 75 Chrome Shop will play host to the calendar year’s first Pride & Polish show and the third qualifying event for the year’s Pride & Polish National Championship. 

Dozens of show trucks turn up for the event each year. The show also features live music, free food, giveaways and more.

Admission to the show is free for spectators. It’s located at Exit 329 off of I-75 in Central Florida.

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This is the fourth year that the show acts as a qualifying round for the Pride & Polish National Championship. The shows four Best of Show winners qualify to compete in the National Championship judging round in Dallas in August at The Great American Trucking Show against the Best of Show winners from the five other Pride & Polish qualifying events held throughout the year. 

Click here to register for your truck for the event. 

Click here to see a photo gallery from last year’s show and the trucks that competed. 

Click here to see coverage of the winners from last year’s event. 

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