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SA Easter Extravaganza - a huge success!

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What a success…THANK YOU!! Thank you for attending our first annual Sand Addiction Easter Extravaganza! We appreciate all of you dropping by, participating in our rides, having lunch with us, voting for your favorite vehicle, entering into the raffle, and most importantly having fun!

The night ride attracted about 30 vehicles and more than [...]

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