Wednesday, December 17, 2014

'Dream Machines' Celebrates 25th Anniversary in 2015 with 'Extreme Attractions': Half Moon Bay Airport (KHAF), California

“It’s a landmark year and we plan to make it more spectacular and fascinating than ever ..." organizers said.

The following was submitted for publication by Miramar Events:

To help celebrate their 25th anniversary event in a big way, organizers of the popular Pacific Coast Dream Machines Show announced Tuesday arrangements are underway to bring back some of the extreme/active attractions as well as pay special tribute to show founders at their 2015 event scheduled to be held on Sunday, April 26 at Half MoonBay Airport.

“We’re proud to say 2015 will mark our 25th annual Dream Machines Show,” said event Chairman Chad Hooker. “It’s a landmark year and we plan to make it more spectacular and fascinating than ever as well as celebrate the legacy of our first quarter-century with tributes to show originator Bob Senz and the late Eddie Andreini, both of whom were instrumental in founding and nurturing what has grown into one of Northern California’s most unique and beloved events.”

Show organizers have a contractual agreement in place with San Mateo County for the 2015 event that will permit the return of freestyle motocross shows, unimotorcycle drags, monster truck rides and military aircraft flyovers all of which were major attractions and spectator favorites but for the last two years were not permitted.

“Our organizing committee and charities appreciate the support and assistance we have received over the years from the Board of Supervisors, airport officials and the FAA, and we’re grateful they have worked with us to permit the return of these active attractions,” said Hooker.

The Dream Machines Show is a treasured community-based event. It serves as a critical source of funding for the Coastside Adult Day Health Center and participating community service groups, provides a major seasonal boost for coastside visitor-serving businesses, and is the signature annual event showcasing Half MoonBay Airport.

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