For the last twelve years, the members of Low Rollers truck club have been throwing one last blowout before the Northeast freezes over. Before the cold weather forces everyone into their garage, the Delaware-based club invites hundreds of vehicles and spectators to the Salem County Fairgrounds in Woodstown, New Jersey, for its annual End of Summer Bash.

On Saturday, the Low Rollers crew wasted no time getting everyone into the fairgrounds and registered. Even with over sixty classes and a fun-field, the process went smoothly and by noon all of the participants were parked and enjoying the festivities. Between the hundreds of custom rides and the club games, everyone was thoroughly entertained throughout the day. On Saturday night, the club arranged for a cruise-in at the local Hooters restaurant. The Hooters staff was supportive enough to rope off a large section of the parking lot just for show vehicles.

All of the participants returned to the fairgrounds on Sunday for the high-low contest, as well as the awards ceremony. It was a tough decision, but out of all of the vehicles in attendance, the Wallace family chose Matt Haggard's Toyota Tacoma for the Chris Wallace Memorial Award. Jeff Barnes walked away with the Best of Show award for his body-dropped pre-Taco'. Low Rollers End of Summer Bash is must-attend event for veterans and newcomers alike. It is one of the longest-running truck shows in the area and shows no signs of stopping. The 13th Annual End of Summer Bash is scheduled for August 22 and 23, 2009.