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Jamestown World Series
The Babe Ruth World Series Board of Directors is proud to announce the upcoming 34th Annual World Series of Cars to be held in Jamestown on July 23, 2017 along with our sponsors. This year we are pleased to announce our Major Sponsor is Dave Warren Dodge Ram. In addition to Dave Warren we are proud to announce other sponsors include JS Auto Parts Plus, Chautauqua Pools and Power Sports, State Farm Insurance – David Snow Agent, and Cummins Engine.
The World Series of Cars was started in 1984 as a way to help defray the expense of hosting a Babe Ruth World Series here in Jamestown. Jamestown has been successful not only in this car show, but also in hosting 16 World Series events from 1980-2015. In addition to the car show, we are in the process of planning two more World Series events for the years 2018 and 2020 respectively. The show was conceived in 1984 as a way to help defray the expense of hosting a Babe Ruth World Series here in Jamestown. Each one of these series has showcased young baseball talent from all over the United States in addition to bringing a very significant economic boost to the Jamestown area. We are proud to announce that we are in the process of signing new contracts to host additional World Series events in 2018 and 2020 respectively.
The World Series of Cars is one of the primary fundraising events for the Babe Ruth World Series and this year’s 34th Annual show, to be held in Bergman Park on Baker Street in Jamestown, will be no exception. New this year also includes a change from an AACA judged show to a participant judged show. This show has been recognized for many years as one of the premier automotive events in Western New York and we hope to continue and grow that reputation.
Registration Forms for vehicle entry and Craft and Vendor Fair are available on our website, www.jamestownworldseries.org. There is also information on our website and Facebook about the car show in general. Additional questions and information can also be addressed to Kim at 716-664-0405.