Jack Roush Releases 2011 Appearance Schedule

As you might have noticed, we encourage automotive tourism, so we’re back with a new proposal for this year. Jack Roush, one of the hall of fame-placed names of the four-wheeled world, has released his 2011 ROUSH appearance schedule.

Fans and owners of ROUSH Performance products will have an opportunity to meet Roush and get a photo or autograph during ten events this year. There is no charge to meet Roush or obtain an autograph, and most events include a car show and other entertainment,” stated the press release.

The automotive icon’s website has also been updated, offering info about the 2011 program. You can reach the online Roush sanctuary by following this link.

I always enjoy the opportunity to visit our dealers and meet the people that have purchased our ROUSH Mustangs and trucks,” said Roush. “It’s really exciting to experience the enthusiasm and passion they have for our products and to see firsthand the different type of things that they have done to personalize their vehicle.

Here is the complete schedule of Roush’s 2011 appearances:

Wednesday, February 16 – Gary Yeomans Ford (Daytona Beach, Fla.)
Thursday, March 24 – Fritts Ford (Riverside, Calif.)
Thursday, April 7 – Joe Meyers Ford (Houston, Texas)
Thursday, April 28 – Richmond Ford (Richmond, Va.)
Thursday, June 2 – Long MacArthur Ford (Salina, Kan.)
Thursday, June 16 – ROUSH Automotive Collection (Livonia, Mich.)
Thursday, June 23 – Frontier Ford (Santa Clara, Calif.)
Thursday, July 7 – Ray Skillman Ford (Greenwood, Ind.)
Thursday, August 18 – ROUSH Automotive Collection (Livonia, Mich.)
Thursday, October 20 – Town & Country Ford (Bessemer, Ala.)
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