2017 CONVOY FOR A CAUSE!
Convoy for a Cause – September 3, 2017
Registration will be from 8am – 9:45am at Beech-Nut, One Nutrition Pl, Amsterdam, NY (Next to Target DC).
Roll out at 10am.
Convoy arrives at Fonda Fairgrounds at 11:00am.
THERE WILL BE NO REGISTRATIONS AT THE FAIRGROUNDS! ALL TRUCKS MUST MEET AT BEECH-NUT & BE IN THE CONVOY!
Show & Shine will start after Convoy arrives on the fairgrounds.
Truck Time Trials will start @ 2PM
Truck Parade will be @ 5PM
Truck pulls will start @ 6PM
Registration fee will be $50.00 per vehicle + one new unwrapped toy to support the efforts of Capital Region Toys for Tots. This fee includes entry in the Convoy, admission into the fair for the day & fees for the time trials & truck pulls and pulling fee.
This year we have a special Grand Marshal that will lead the Convoy, Safyre Terry. Schenectady’s Super Survivor.
100% of the Registration fee & donations will be going to local charities. This year the fair has chosen 810 WGY Christmas Wish Program & Montgomery County Office for the Aging.
The truck pulls will include 3 classes: Lightning, Thunder & Open. Payouts will be as follows: 1st-$500, 2nd-$300, 3rd- $200, & 4th-$100. Also Trophies will be awarded to the top 6 places.
Other trophies will be awarded for Best of Show, most lights, oldest truck & largest fleet
For information or to pre-register (RSVP) please contact Lead Truck driver Jason Vosburgh with BTA in Fultonville @ 518-848-0522 or email: email@example.com. Also the Fairgrounds @ 518-853-3313
Last Year’s Event
Convoy for a Cause 2015 was in Montgomery County this Sunday, September 6, 2015 with registration taking place from at Beech Nut off of State Highway 5s in Amsterdam, with dozens of commercial trucks and emergency vehicles from throughout the region and beyond forming a convoy. Convoy for a Cause departed Beech Nut before traveling State Highway 5s and eventually arriving at the 174th Annual Fonda Fair in the Village of Fonda. This year’s convoy raised support for three area causes including Gloversville Baby Jackson Baldwin who suffers from Epidermolysis Bullosa, the Wounded Warrior Project, and Capital Region Toys for Tots which serves 14 counties in Upstate New York.