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Show Class & Born-Free Cover Contest



The guys at Show Class Magazine are going to do an issue completely dedicated to Born-Free.It will be finished shortly after the show.It will be packed with event coverage,show& builder bikes,Art,vendors,people,ect. The guys were so impressed with all the artwork we received for the T shirt contest they want to do a Show Class Cover Contest for the Born-Free issue. So get started or tweak some of your T designs and send them in. The winner will be chosen before the show and we will announce the deadline soon.This is a great opportunity for you artist's out there to show your work. Send them in to mike@bornfreeshow.com and I will post and forward them to Show Class. Visit their site@ http://www.showclassstore.com/

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