Ranbuild owner Glenn Eastwell is happy to support the Warwick Show by sponsoring the first monster truck appearance.
Ranbuild owner Glenn Eastwell is happy to support the Warwick Show by sponsoring the first monster truck appearance. Linden Morris

Monster truck to pull crowd

A MONSTER truck is tipped to be one of the highlights at the Warwick Show when it makes its debut performance in the Friday night ring program.

This is the first time the show has had a monster truck and organisers hope it will draw a big crowd next week.

The monster truck will make several appearances at the show, Warwick Show Society treasurer Michelle Hanigan said.

"It will do two runs on the Friday night," Mrs Hanigan said.

"The first between 7.30pm and 8pm, and then between 9pm and 9.30pm it will jump five to six cars."

Major sponsor Ranbuild owner Glenn Eastwell said it was wonderful to be able to do this for the Warwick Show.

"It is important to support the local show and get involved in the community," Mr Eastwell said.

"The show isn't just about the rides and games, it also showcases local business and the region's agricultural industry."

The winner of the monster truck competition will receive a ride for one in the monster truck, a family pass to the show, meal tickets, five ride tickets and $100 voucher for Chute 4 Western.


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