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Andy Fusco Story

The show was co-sponsored by the Part-Plus stores in Auburn,Oswego, Union Springs, and Wolcott, plus Keuka Distributing near Penn Yan.  More than 20 aftermarket automotive parts vendors had display stations set up in the aisles among the Hall's vintage race cars and

antique muscle cars.  Invited attendees were the region's preferred Parts-Plus customers, such as municipal mechanics, repair shop owners, and farmers.

 "We regularly present aftermarket trade shows in Rochester, Potsdam, and Jamestown," said event co-ordinator Bill Baker, Parts-Plus' Regional Director.  "So to be able to have this show covering the area just west of Syracuse was a great opportunity for us.  And this museum is a great place for the show.  Everybody in here is a car guy, and the memorabilia in this museum is car guy's dream come true."

 Vendors working the show were unanimous in their praise of the venue.  "What a fantastic layout," exclaimed Exide Battery rep Dan Frateschi of Syracuse.  "There's lots of interesting things to see. This is my first visit ever to the DIRT Hall of Fame, but it won't be

my last."

 Following the trade show, dinner was served on site for over 150 guests.  The dinner was catered by Kosta's Restaurant of Auburn.

 While the April 3rd Parts-Plus gala was the first such event ever conducted at the DIRT Hall of Fame, the facility's curator Jack Speno promised that some additional similar promotions at the museum will be announced soon.  "We have a beautiful building and handsome

grounds, courtesy of a generous $1 a year lease from the World Racing Group," said Speno.  "So we are aggressively seeking to host more automotive-related events of all types.  It's time to put this facility to full use."

 Speno also made note of the Hall of Fame's new website, the URL

for which is:


 Designed by the DIRT Hall of Fame's webmaster Karl Schartner, the website plans to tout not only the Hall's activities, but also the activities of the museum's sponsoring speedways and

corporations.  "We want our website to become an information center for all of our racing supporters in the region," said Schartner.  "Our site will easily link our fans to the schedules and websites of the various other speedways, organizations, and underwriters who

support the Hall."

 Along those lines, the DIRT Hall of Fame has kicked off a major membership drive.  Speno advises potential friends of the Hall to go to the website, where detailed information and membership forms are posted for persons and companies who want to join and/or sponsor the

Hall of Fame.   Volunteers to staff and assist in Hall projects are also wanted.  Speno's thoughts concerning the museum's financial need for members and sponsors was echoed by the Hall's attorney, Andy Fusco.  "It is no secret that the DIRT Hall of Fame has been on financial thin ice in recent years," Fusco said.  "We now desperately need the fiscal support of the public in order to survive.  The Hall is an IRS-recognized 501(c)(3) charitable entity, so all contributions to it are fully tax deductible."

 The DIRT Hall of Fame and Classic Car Museum is open from Noon to 5 p.m. Tuesdays through Sundays this Spring and Summer.  The next major event on the facility's calendar is the annual Hall of Fame induction ceremony, slated for Sunday afternoon May 27, 2012.

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