Pride & Polish circuit continues this month at River States Customz in Wisconsin

| June 18, 2014
Wisconsin-based Vinnie Diorio won the 2013 Pride & Polish National Championship with this 2013 Pete 389 and matching van in the Limited-Mileage Combo category.
Wisconsin-based Vinnie Diorio won the 2013 Pride & Polish National Championship with this 2013 Pete 389 and matching van in the Limited-Mileage Combo category.

The year’s second Overdrive’s Pride & Polish truck beauty competition and the fourth stop in the Pride & Polish National Championship season takes place June 27-28 at River States Customz in La Crosse, Wis.

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The show will serve as a qualifying event for the 2014 Pride & Polish National Championship, which culminates in Dallas in August at the Great American Trucking Show.

The River States show will feature dozens of show trucks, trucking industry vendors and food and drink vendors. Admission is free and opens each day at 10 a.m. A truck light show and fireworks will take place Friday, June 27, after the sun sets. The Pride & Polish awards ceremony takes place Saturday at 3 p.m.

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River States is located at Exit 5 off of I-90 at 3959 N. Kinney Coulee Road.

The Best of Show winners from the event qualify to compete int he National Championship judging round in August against the Best of Show winners from the five other Pride & Polish qualifying events held this year and last year.

Click here to register your truck for the event.

Click here to learn more about attending the show.

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  • tferguson

    I heard that several of the big project trucks that River States did this year aren’t going to be at their show. I wonder why?

  • jim cuvert

    Probably because the crooks at River States screwed those customers out of thousands of dollars and gave them poorly built trucks. Then they had the balls to threaten they would arrested if they set foot on River States property again. They do half-ass work and overcharge their customers to a criminal level.