Four Oaks to Host Car, Truck, and Motorcycle Show and Swap Meet

Four Oaks, NC, February 13, 2018– The Four Oaks Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with Keene and Associates Insurance Agency, announces plans for a car, truck, and motorcycle show and swap meet in Downtown Four Oaks. The event is planned for April 21, 2018 from 8am-3pm. In addition to the show and swap meet, visitors will also be able to test their luck in the 50/50 raffle and enjoy music on the streets. This event is an incredible opportunity to be a part of the Four Oaks community and to support the local community businesses.

Amber England, Four Oaks Chamber Director, encourages visitors to visit Four Oaks for the event. “Having antique cars, trucks, and motorcycles lining Main Street just feels like Four Oaks. This is our most requested event by businesses and community members alike and we are excited to have it on the calendar. Four Oaks has so much to offer and we hope visitors to the event will take the time to shop our local stores and enjoy our local restaurants.”

Registration is now available for the car, truck, and motorcycle show as well as for swap meet and food vendors. Trophy and cash prizes will be awarded. Visit the Four Oaks Chamber of Commerce website for registration forms or contact the Chamber at Registration is limited so don’t wait! Final registration deadline is April 5, 2018.

In addition to the support of Keene and Associates Insurance Agency, the Car, Truck, and Motorcycle Show and Swap Meet is also made possible through the support of United Community Bank, The Town of Four Oaks, Johnston County Visitors Bureau, House-Autry Mills, HomeTowne Realty, and Anita C Stephenson, CPA. The Four Oaks Chamber of Commerce is looking for volunteers to assist with the festival day event. If you have any questions about this event or would like more information about volunteering, please contact the Chamber Office at (919) 963-4044 or email at

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By Susie Potter

Susie Potter is a 2009 graduate of Meredith College where she majored in English. She holds graduate degrees in teaching and American literature from North Carolina Statue University. In addition to her work for Triangle Arts and Entertainment, she is an award-winning author of short fiction. Works have appeared in The Colton Review, Raleigh Quarterly, Broken Plate Magazine, Big Muddy: A Journal of the Mississippi River Valley, the Chaffey Review, and Existere. For more information visit