The Great Race Essay

Submitted By ferblol1
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The Great Race was well represented as usual at the annual swap meet and car show in Hershey, Pennsylvania, which is put on each year by the Hershey Region of the AACA. During the four-day event, more than two dozen current and former Great Racers came by the Great Race booth in the Chocolate Field. They included: Ted Stahl, Mary Stahl, Brian Lockwood, Howard Sharp, Doug Sharp, Sam Hanigrif, Ed Hurst, Brenda Hurst, Tabetha Hammer, David Coon, Buddy Green, Bill Green, Tom Littrell, Faye Littrell, John Hudson, Joe Kosloski, Buck Kamphausen, Josh Voss, Jonathan Klinger and Ed Tourje.

Other members (volunteer staff and support) we saw included: Great Race tech guy David McAllister, Nicolle Girard from Hagerty, Jeff “Chewey” Chao from Hemmings and Carson “Shaggy” Cameron from Hemmings.
We also saw a couple of our terrific sponsors, McKeel Hagerty from Hagerty, Bob Sellers from Reliable Carriers and Corky Coker from Coker Tire Company.

Note: This is the final of a nine-part series of Great Race Director Jeff Stumb’s thoughts on each day on the 2015 Great Race route after returning from setting up the stops for next year’s event. The day everyone on the 2015 Great Race has been waiting will arriving on Sunday, June 28, when each participant will cross the finish line at the Santa Monica Pier at the end of Route 66. That morning will begin in San Bernardino, and after an early morning calibration the racers will rally for a couple of hours before heading to the coast.

Note: This is the eighth of a…