We are proud to be a sponsor for Missoula Children’s Theatre’s production of Gulliver’s Travels, presented by the Emporia Arts Center, on June 29, 2018!
Gulliver’s Travels is an original, sci-fi musical adaptation that will be performed by Missoula Children’s Theatre and local students. It will tell the story of a brave explorer, Gulliver, who finds himself lost in space. He fights aliens, robots and more. You won’t want to miss out!
Auditions for the musical will be held on June 25, and the show will be on June 29 at Emporia High School. For more information, please go here. We hope to see you there!
Clint Bowyer Autoplex is proud to be a major presenting sponsor for the Ball in the House concert on March 7, 2018 from 7 to 9 pm at Albert Taylor Hall on the Emporia State University campus.
Ball in the House is an R&B, soul, and pop a cappella group based out of Boston, MA. They’ve performed with a variety of musicians, including The Beach Boys, Gladys Knight, Lionel Richie, Blondie, and more. According to The Boston Globe, “Ball in the House has everything you would expect to find in a successful pop/R&B band…the one thing it doesn’t have is instruments.”
The cost of tickets is $8 for youth and $20 for adults. Learn more and buy tickets here. You won’t want to miss out!
We are excited to present Humor For Hunger along with the Emporia Gazette and Brickyard 20 Ale House on Saturday, November 11! Humor For Hunger is a comedy night to benefit Food For Students in Emporia, Kansas. It will be an exciting and fun night filled with loads of laughs and music, so you won’t want to miss out!
Food For Students provides a bag of food each week to school children who do not have enough food over the weekends. About 450 bags are given away each month, and 100 percent of all cash donations go toward the purchase of food. To find out more, visit www.facebook.com/emporiafoodforstudents.
This year’s Humor For Hunger will feature comedians Matt Holt, Brent Terhune, and The Mikey Needleman Band. General admission tickets are $20 and can be purchased at Clint Bowyer Autoplex, Brickyard 20 Ale House and the Emporia Gazette.
Humor For Hunger will be held at Brickyard 20 Ale House (402 Merchant St) in Emporia. Doors open at 6 pm, the show starts at 8 pm, and the band starts at 10:30 pm. Be sure to come for the comedy and stay for the rock-n-roll!
Visit us at Clint Bowyer Autoplex and get your tickets; and for more information, call us at 620-343-6723 and ask for Steve or Ashley.
Attention creative teens! To help educate young adults on how to prevent fatalities while driving, the Kansas Turnpike Authority is holding a Put the Brakes on Fatalities video contest for students in grades 8-12.
To enter, students must put together a a short video about road safety, such as the importance of wearing a seat belt or the dangers of texting and driving. Videos must be submitted by September 24, 2017 and winners will receive prizes! Prizes include a GoPro, iPad, or a DJI Osmo Camera. In addition, grand prize winners will receive $500 for their school’s booster club.
Learn more, read all of the entry rules, and submit your video here.
You won’t want to miss out on the electrifying performance of Ten Strings and A Goat Skin on Saturday, September 9 at 7 pm at The Granada Theatre! As a major presenting sponsor for the Emporia Arts Center, we are proud and excited to support this show.
Ten Strings and A Goat Skin is a bilingual folk/fusion trio from Prince Edward Island who present traditional and original music inspired by their Atlantic Canadian histories and roots. Their music is infused with pop and world rhythms, and they transform tradition with their vigor, curiosity, and sparks of humor.
Learn more about the band here and don’t miss out on what’s sure to be an amazing show!
Toyota has begun researching heart-monitoring cars to prevent crashes. Heart attacks and medical emergencies while driving can be devastating and fatal, so Toyota is looking toward incorporating new technology to predict such events and bring the vehicle to a safe stop.
Digital Trends says, “Of course, with self-driving cars expected one day to rule the road, there would be no need for such technology. But with the widespread use of autonomous vehicles still a ways off, Toyota’s plans could prove an effective interim safety measure to prevent injuries (and potentially worse).”
Toyota’s team has been working with Kayvan Najarian, director of data science at the Michigan Center for Integrative Research in Critical Care, to develop this system. The system is thought to be algorithm-powered and able to monitor and predict cardiac events.
There are many challenges that the system developers still face; however, the work on this system is a step in a positive direction to help prevent injuries and fatalities from medical emergencies while driving. Learn more about it here.
We’re excited to be a part of this year’s annual Emporia Police Department Scramble for Special Olympics! The event is a four-person scramble-style golf tournament to benefit Kansas Special Olympics. It will be held on Saturday, May 6 from 9 am to 1 pm at the Emporia Golf Course.
You won’t want to miss out on the fun events! This year’s Scramble includes Longest Drive Contests (male and female), a Closest to the Pin Contest, and two flights (1st and 2nd). There will also be Mulligans for $5 each (limit two per player).
Registration for the event is $65 per golfer and $45 for EMGC annual players. Tickets include tournament play, contests, cart rental and lunch. There will also be awards handed out immediately following lunch and play.
Hurry and register by May 1! You won’t want to miss out! You can download the registration form here and send the completed form to:
Emporia Police Dept.
ATTN: Dominick Vortherms
Emporia, KS 66801
The ballet is coming to town! As a sponsor of The Emporia Arts Center, we are excited for the Russian National Ballet on Thursday, April 27 at 7:30 pm at Albert Taylor Hall on the Emporia State University campus.
The Russian National Ballet Company tours as a smaller group in order to reach audiences in smaller places, including Emporia! They give people the opportunity to experience classical Russian ballet, one of Russia’s great cultural heritages passed down through the ages. Their performance is sure to be stunning, so you won’t want to miss out!
Tickets are $25 for general admission and $10 for children under 18. You can learn more about the Russian National Ballet Theatre here and buy tickets for the event online here. We hope to see you there!
At Clint Bowyer Autoplex in Emporia, Kansas, we are proud to sell quality, pre-owned vehicles. That means we’ll buy your used cars! Whether you’re looking to trade in your vehicle for a newer model or simply looking to get rid of it, let’s talk!
We’ll gladly take your pre-owned vehicles in good condition off your hands. If you are looking to trade in for another used vehicle or a brand-new model, you can value your trade here.
Feel free to browse our new models or see our used specials for the latest deals! If you are looking to trade in for a used vehicle, know that we guarantee quality. Each pre-owned vehicle we sell passes a stringent 171-point inspection, comes with an online vehicle history report and is free of flood and frame damage. Learn more about 360 Coverage with Clint Bowyer Autoplex.
Visit us in Emporia, Kansas and talk to us about your pre-owned vehicle!
Clint Bowyer is gearing up for the 2017 Nascar season with Stewart-Haas Racing. He’ll be taking over Tony Stewart’s No. 14 car during Stewart-Haas Racing’s first year with Ford Performance.
Bowyer is looking forward to the new season, telling FS1’s “Nascar Race Hub”, “There’s a lot of exciting things here and an unbelievable opportunity… to have that be with Ford, Mobil 1 and everyone involved, it’s just a dream come true.”
Bowyer is moving from Chevrolet to Ford and is excited to be driving with talented people around him. He says, “A lot of thought really goes into the new season with a new life, a new chance, a new crack at-bat, a new manufacturer, new sponsors, new teammates and a new organization. But, what an unbelievable opportunity it is to go out and do what you love to do, not only to do that but do it in first-class equipment built by racers that only share one thing in common— the will to go out and win races.”
Bowyer says that what he loves about Stewart-Haas Racing is that everyone is working towards building race cars that go fast and win races. They aren’t focused on sales, but rather they are focused on winning.
Be sure to cheer on Bowyer this season and don’t forget to check out our inventory: http://clintbowyerauto.com/inventory/all