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This is to announce Bricks 4x4 farm will be hosting Trucks Gone Wild to shoot a video. This will take place June21-23rd at Bricks 4x4 farm in Polar Bluff MO. There will be a $3000 dollar prize for the first truck to make it through the slough, 300feet long. Come on out and get on the video!!!!!!!!!

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