KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE (May 1, 2009) – Knoxville will step back into time for a few days when the F-100 Supernationals & All Ford Show rolls into Chilhowee Park May 14-16.

The largest F-100 truck show in the world, more than 900 people are expected to travel to Knoxville from more than 40 states and internationally from countries such as Ecuador, New Zealand and more.

This event will celebrate its 31st birthday in 2009 by featuring a model car and truck show, vendor exhibits, food and music, plus giveaways, including the “Truck of the Year” award. All Ford trucks may be registered for the event.

Additionally, for the first time, 2009’s F-100 Supernationals will present an auction of automobiles and accessories.

The event is open to the public and the hours are from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. all three days. Tickets may be purchased at the Chilhowee Park gates. Admission is $10 for adults and children ages 12 and under are admitted free with an accompanied adult.

The KTSC projects that the F-100 Supernationals & All Ford Show will have a local economic impact of $974,970.

For more information, contact Charlie Cobble, event owner at (423) 465-5855 or Sarah Malak at the KTSC at (865) 523-7263 or [email protected] or visit

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