The Southern Nevada Camaro Club (SNCC) is a traditional car club. It is our mission to create a safe, family oriented, environment for the mutual enjoyment of owning and operating any generation of Chevrolet Camaro.
Location: Findlay Chevrolet
Date/Time: Thursday, 26 March @ 6:30pm.
Meeting topic: Cosmetic Mods: You said you wanted lights?!!
This will be a potluck so please bring a dish to share!
Members meeting every other month in the Findlay Chevrolet Conference Room. Guest speakers and topics concerning performance, mods, etc at each one.
Our guest speaker will be Derek owner of Bright Tails
We are going to start handing out participant poker chips for our cruises!! Don’t forget to RSVP on the event page. Here is our first chip for our St George cruise.
Gloss-It Detail Tech Session
This tech session will show us steps to keep our Camaro’s looking great using the same techniques that the pro’s use.
Please RSVP for this awesome event on our Facebook page or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Gloss-it Appearance Products & Detail Studio
March 14, 2015 @ 10am
4060 W. Hacienda Ave Suite 110
Las Vegas, NV 89118
This is a benefit for the Myers Family, Chris Myers has recently passed away due to a battle w Cancer, This event is to raise money for the family.
Sunday,November 30th at 12:00pm
Phat Phrank’s Mexican Food<
4850 W Sunset Rd Suite 120, Las Vegas, Nevada 89118
The three images show the meetup location in relation to Boulder City and Hoover Dam, a closer image of the meetup location (highlighted in yellow), and the staging information for the meetup location. The address for the meetup is 100 Nevada Way, if you end up at Hoover Dam you have gone to far. If you are lost call (702) 518-0057 and I will come and get you in the support vehicle (Jeep Wrangler 4-Door) or I will give you directions. I need to be in place to take pictures so I will not be able to assist drivers in getting to the meetup location after 7:15am.
There are 2 black lines, a red square, and a blue square on the staging map. The black lines show where to park your cars when you arrive at the staging area. The red box represents the reserved spots for SNCC board members. The blue box is the location that all drivers need to report to once they have parked in the staging lanes. All drivers must present an insurance ID card to Dita.
What a beautiful day for a cruise. Mount Charleston is in the Spring Mountains National Recreation Area and Southern Nevada Camaro Club had 29 Camaros and 50+ members along for a epic cruise.