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Bumper to Bumper in memory of Steve Burnside

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    This particular Rose City Classics Bumper to Bumper Cruise could not be more appropriate. Steve Burnside was a previous RCC president. It was Steve who developed the concept for the cruise and he selected the Bumper to Bumper Cruise name. In his honor I dedicate this page.
-- Charles Stookey, web editor

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A June 15, 2007, burnout incident in Selmer, Tenn., resulted in four fatalities among spectators. Thank you for cooperating with us on our "no burnout policy." We will continue to ban burnouts at all events sponsored by Rose City Classics.