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The Hot Rod Magazine Power Tour is coming to the Isle Casino hotel in June. This tour involves custom hot rod and muscle cars that are showcased on a seven day, seven city tour.   

The tour covers more than 14-hundred miles. This will be the second time the nationwide tour is stopping by the Quad Cities.

"Being day six of the stop because with the last day being in the Wisconsin Dells, we hope that a lot of the hot rod community will come out, if they can only afford that weekend trip and sign up," said Lynn Hunt of the QC Convention and Visitors Bureau. "Get involved and begin on here in Bettendorf and head on up to the Wisconsin Dells."

"There are several cities that we have done over the 20 years that we've gotten feedback from the participants that they want to go back and the Quad Cities is definitely one of them," said Andy Miller, VP of The Promotion Company-Family Events.

The Quad Cities stop will be the second to last visit. The event brings in more than 4,500 cars and is expected to attract over 75,000 muscle car fans.

 

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