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Nov. 15, 2010

Thousands Expected for Great Eastern Whiteout
Feb. 11 - 13 at Fulton War Memorial

Fulton Club Hosts Vintage Snowmobile Show -

HUNDREDS OF VINTAGE SLEDS will be displayed at the Great Eastern Whiteout Feb. 11 through 13 at the Fulton War Memorial in Oswego County. (Photo by Oswego County Tourism Office.)

RACING ACTION takes place on an oval track Saturday, Feb. 13, on Lake Neahtahwanta in Fulton. (Photo provided by Oswego County Tourism Office.)

FULTON, NY - The Fulton Area Snow Travelers (FAST) will host the eleventh annual Great Eastern Whiteout vintage snowmobile show and races Friday, Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 11, 12 and 13 at the Fulton War Memorial on NYS Route 3.

The event is considered the largest antique snowmobile show in the Northeast, and drew thousands of spectators and competitors at its debut in Fulton last February. Exhibitors from 11 neighboring states and Canada have signed up for the show so far this year.

Hundreds of antique and vintage sleds dating back to the 60s will be on display. More than 200 are expected to compete in races across Lake Neahtahwanta on Saturday and several more will gather for the 100-mile "Bun Bun Enduro Run" on Sunday. There will be a swap area for used sleds and parts, along with vendors, sponsor displays, and concessions inside the War Memorial Building.

With dependable Lake Effect snows and more than 360 miles of groomed trails, Oswego County offers perfect conditions for all types of winter recreation. Volunteers belonging to 10 organized snowmobile clubs, including the Snow Travelers, maintain and groom trails throughout the season.

Entry forms for the show and races are available online at www.thegreateasternwhiteout.net. For show information, e-mail , or . For race details, email or

For accommodations and visitor information, go to visitoswegocounty.com or call the Oswego County Tourism Office at 1-800-248-4FUN.

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