Trucks Gone Wild @ Redneck Mud Park November 9 - 12, 2017
Mud Boggin', ATV riding, Truck Races, Airboat Races, Truck Pulls, Camping, Vendors, Music, and a whole lot more!
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MUDDY WATER ENTERTAINMENT BRINGS TRUCKS GONE WILDTO REDNECK MUD PARK!This 8th Annual Fall Classic Event Happens November 9th thru 12th Punta Gorda, FL. (October 9th, 2017) –
Muddy Water Entertainment, Florida’s biggest producer of off-road and mud events, welcomes mud enthusiasts from around the country to the Trucks Gone Wild Fall Classic at Redneck Mud Park. This November 9th through 12th weekend-long event is often billed as The Biggest Mud Party in the South. It’s designed to celebrate the country and mudding lifestyles, with trucks, 4-wheel vehicles, and “Mudders” from across the US attending. Activities include the thundering Mega Mud Truck Races, mud bogging, trail riding, truck pulls, camping, live entertainment every evening, and much more. “Every year, we grow bigger and bigger”, said Muddy Water Entertainment Sales and Marketing Director Dave Kelly. “Creating an outstandingly muddy outdoor experience where our guests can let loose and have a great time in a safe, secure environment is our top priority. We look forward to welcoming thousands of mud-loving visitors from around the world to Charlotte County, Florida for this huge Trucks Gone Wild weekend. And thanks to Hurricane Irma, we have over 880 acres of perfect mud conditions – we can’t wait to get Trucks Gone Wild underway!” As an extra exciting aspect of this year’s event, the folks from Textron Off-road will be on hand to show off their new vehicle models on the Textron Off-Road Demo Track. Park guests will be able to get a hands-on experience and see what vehicles such as the Wildcat, Prowler, and Alterra can do in actual real-life muddy conditions! To top off all the fun, the Muddy Water Entertainment stage will host the Miss Muddy Butt contest on Saturday night, offering $500 in cash to the lady who shows off the muddiest butt. There’s something for everyone at the Trucks Gone Wild Fall Classic at Redneck Mud Park. To help ensure that all visitors experience a fun and safe event, park officials routinely execute a comprehensive safety and security plan that is extensive for a venue of its size. This includes ID verification and age-identification bands for all park visitors; park regulation postings onsite and online; around-the-clock detail of on-staff, trained security; at-the-ready emergency infrastructure; and ongoing coordination with Charlotte County first responders. In addition, the park has requested and received support from the Charlotte County Sheriff’s Department, who often visit onsite. Park General Manager Rob White expressed his appreciation for his Charlotte County partners. “We value the collaborative relationships we have with Charlotte County Sheriff’s Office, EMS, and the Tourist Development Council. Muddy Water Entertainment and Redneck Mud Park contribute significant impact to the economic vitality of this region, both directly and indirectly, and their support is vital to our continued shared success.”