As the longest and largest running show in Florida, Slamfest celebrated its 22nd year by setting its own record of attendance. Reaching over 500 show vehicles and well over a 1,000 spectators, Slamfest lived up to its reputation as Florida’s largest truck show. The location was the Alachua County Fairgrounds in beautiful Gainesville, Florida. Entertainment lasted throughout the entire weekend as new club games were introduced. A beer pong throw was a popular sport along with the blind wheelbarrow race. Capping off the fun-packed weekend was the official Slamfest bikini contest with cash prizes.

The sponsors included The Solo Element, Crescendo Audio, Sparkles Detail, JuankyBuilt, Monster Energy, Rent & Roll Custom Wheels & Tires, Pure Audio, Kinetik Audio, Donkboard.com, Wing House of Gainesville, Jimmy's Rod n Customs, Full Penetration Welding and Custom Fabrication, Pivotal Customs, Hotridesmag.com, Phat Tank's Autobody & Phab, Twisted Fabrication & Pinstriping, Visual FX Custom Paint & Body, Modifiedshow.com, Gulfcoast Customs and Eyekandydesigns.com.

The Alachua County Humane Society is extremely grateful for over 500 hundred items donated to the shelter this year. Show promoter Mike Murray and his MiniMadness crew give a big thanks to everyone that supported the 22nd Slamfest. For more information and future show dates, log on to www.facebook.com/SLAMFESTNGAINEVILLEFL