MAX Big Boy Toy Show Huge Success

The second annual MAX Big Boy Toy Show was held Saturday, March 12 and Sunday, March 13 at Mounds Mall in Anderson. The Mall was filled with all kinds of cool stuff:

Anderson Speedway was well represented at the 2nd Annual Max Big Boy Toy shows with the Boss Hogg Catering & Jerky Figure 8 car driven by Rod Phipps and the Ed Martin Auto Group Super Truck of 2005 DTS R Bar Rookie Candidate Steve Blair.

The second Annual Max Big Boy Toy Show also featured the following displays.

Renegade Customs of Portland- Brought in a half dozen customized motorcycles. They were a true crowd-pleaser.

Verizon Wireless- Gave away tickets to see the Pacers.

Norfleet Enterprises- Had a nice selection of Country Clipper zero-radius mowers. They not only cut grass...they cut mowing time, too.

Hayes Pro Hardware- Fantastic assortment of ATV's, scooters and electric bikes.

The US Army- Because of the weather, the "rock wall" wasn't able to be there, but leave it to the Army guys to wrangle up a HUMMER for display.

Cellular Connection- Provided a satellite dish system so we could watch basketball and Nascar.

Payton Wells- Brought in some VERY cool vehicles, including a 2005 Dodge "Rumble Bee"...special edition, limited edition, numbered edition....and yes....it's gotta Hemi! Also from Peyton Wells...a 2005 Ford F250 Superduty truck....a Nissan 350 Z...and the all-new Kia Spectra.

The US Airforce- Displayed a fully-customized recruiting vehicle, tricked out with a massive sound system and big screen X Box.

Meadowbrook Golf Course- Get your Golf on! Meadowbrook had a very nice selection of golf clubs, bags, balls and shirts.

Mermaid Pools & Spas- Supplied a luxurious spa and a "Big Green Egg" grill and smoker

International Pro Wrestling made appearances both days to promote IPW's "April Assault"-featuring Muncie's first ever casket match and appearances by Bobo Brazil Jr and Bruiser Jr on Saturday, April 2nd at the Muncie YWCA.
International Pro Wrestling

There was row upon row of classic cars at the Indoor Car Show! Classic Cars, Hot Rods, Tricked-out Machines...a total of 17 Vehicles in the Indoor Car Show! All the pictures are in our gallery Here

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