When it comes to custom vehicle shows, location plays a huge role. It sets the scene, draws crowds and can even recreate a time gone by—in this case, 26 years ago when the Southeast Mini-Truckin’ Nationals were first held in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. Rather than celebrate the show’s silver anniversary in the Volunteer State, however, Jason Bell and his Southeast Mini-Truckin’ Nationals crew decided to keep it in the quaint little town of Maggie Valley, North Carolina.
This hamlet in the heart of the Smokey Mountains is only 3.2 square miles and home to just over 600 people, which provided a perfect, quiet location for a show of this caliber. In anticipation of the event, Jason worked closely with the local businesses and law enforcement, who welcomed the show with open arms. There were many to choose from and they were all impressive!
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