32nd National SHO Convention - July 2024

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HOST HOTEL INFORMATION!

I will be updating the SHO Club of America website next, but wanted to share the host hotel information as soon as it was available.

Our Host Hotel for the 2024 SHO Convention will be Aviator Hotel & Suites in St. Louis, right off I-55.

And the best part.... $85/night for the King or Double Queen room. Even after taxes and fees, it will still be under $100/night. Your room also includes their breakfast buffet.

Our group rate is available for any of the nights of the convention - July 7th - July 11th.

You can make your reservation in two ways:
- By phone: call 314-892-3600 (dial 0 for front desk) and state that you are booking a room with the SCOA room block
- By website: https://www.bestwestern.com/en_US/book/hotel-rooms.26196.html?groupId=S94PX2E2

You will not be charged until you check in.
You may also cancel up to 48 hours in advance with no penalty.

Our group rate ENDS June 24th, so reserve early so you don't miss out on the $85/night group rate!

Hotel Address:
6921 S Lindbergh Blvd
St. Louis, MO 63125

Hotel Website:
https://aviatorhotelsuites.com/

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Here is the road course track day event registration:


We will be running with SCCA's St Louis PDE group. This will be on Tuesday, July 9th.

Sign up early! And if you can put SCOA as your sponsor while registering, it will help the crew running the event know which cars/drivers are with our group.
 

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Early registration price ends March 31st! Register early to help us with our planning and details, plus save money too!
 

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Any tips for a first timer?
Also are the rules for the dragstrip the same as the track, car condition wise?

Brake condition would be more important for track, but otherwise vehicle tech will be similar. Good tires, fluid checks, belt condition, nothing loose in occupant space or trunk. Don’t forget helmet! Also, bring sunscreen and camp chair (and umbrella/shade). See you there!
 

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Beryl now looks like it'll be hitting St. Louis. Tues-Thurs. :( Hope track day doesn't get rained out for all those towing their SHO's there !
 

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Unfortunately, I won't be making it (again).

Although there is still progress on my SHO, she's still yet to be complete.

I was planning on driving down the trusty 'ol, nearly 100% rust free '01 SE Taurus w/180k on the clock.....

However, my priorities were realigned this year as my wife (who not only has two, long standing autoimmune disorders) developed a very rare, very aggressive form of breast cancer between Feb 28th (when her mammo was clear) to April 4th (when she discovered the lumps).

She's been undergoing weekly chemo, which ultimately will end in a double mastectomy procedure in the fall.

More concerning is that I ended up taking her to the ER on the 4th of July, and she has since been admitted (and continues to stay) to this day, with a VERY high fever (floating between 103 and 104 daily) and the doctors have no idea of the source.

I ask for your prayers and know that I am with you all in spirit in the convention. Hope it is (yet another) successful one.5537d8ba7e7ec3d51f56c956cb5d183e

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Unfortunately, I won't be making it (again).

Although there is still progress on my SHO, she's still yet to be complete.

I was planning on driving down the trusty 'ol, nearly 100% rust free '01 SE Taurus w/180k on the clock.....

However, my priorities were realigned this year as my wife (who not only has two, long standing autoimmune disorders) developed a very rare, very aggressive form of breast cancer between Feb 28th (when her mammo was clear) to April 4th (when she discovered the lumps).

She's been undergoing weekly chemo, which ultimately will end in a double mastectomy procedure in the fall.

More concerning is that I ended up taking her to the ER on the 4th of July, and she has since been admitted (and continues to stay) to this day, with a VERY high fever (floating between 103 and 104 daily) and the doctors have no idea of the source.

I ask for your prayers and know that I am with you all in spirit in the convention. Hope it is (yet another) successful one.View attachment 91129

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I’m so sorry to hear this Mike. Prayers sent your way for a speedy recovery. Stay strong and keep her safe.
 

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Unfortunately, I won't be making it (again).

Although there is still progress on my SHO, she's still yet to be complete.

I was planning on driving down the trusty 'ol, nearly 100% rust free '01 SE Taurus w/180k on the clock.....

However, my priorities were realigned this year as my wife (who not only has two, long standing autoimmune disorders) developed a very rare, very aggressive form of breast cancer between Feb 28th (when her mammo was clear) to April 4th (when she discovered the lumps).

She's been undergoing weekly chemo, which ultimately will end in a double mastectomy procedure in the fall.

More concerning is that I ended up taking her to the ER on the 4th of July, and she has since been admitted (and continues to stay) to this day, with a VERY high fever (floating between 103 and 104 daily) and the doctors have no idea of the source.

I ask for your prayers and know that I am with you all in spirit in the convention. Hope it is (yet another) successful one.View attachment 91129

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Oh no Mike, please let her know we are sending thoughts and prayers your way.
 

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Unfortunately, I won't be making it (again).

Although there is still progress on my SHO, she's still yet to be complete.

I was planning on driving down the trusty 'ol, nearly 100% rust free '01 SE Taurus w/180k on the clock.....

However, my priorities were realigned this year as my wife (who not only has two, long standing autoimmune disorders) developed a very rare, very aggressive form of breast cancer between Feb 28th (when her mammo was clear) to April 4th (when she discovered the lumps).

She's been undergoing weekly chemo, which ultimately will end in a double mastectomy procedure in the fall.

More concerning is that I ended up taking her to the ER on the 4th of July, and she has since been admitted (and continues to stay) to this day, with a VERY high fever (floating between 103 and 104 daily) and the doctors have no idea of the source.

I ask for your prayers and know that I am with you all in spirit in the convention. Hope it is (yet another) successful one.

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i am so sorry to see this turn of events. praying and hoping for the best.

maybe they can quiet the autoimmune down to make her feel better.

management with complementary medicine like acupuncture and homeopathy can make the process more tolerable. i would look to a local university's integrative medicine division for help.
 
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