The first clinic will take place this Saturday at more than 1,700 stores and feature the Max-D truck. Attendees will have the opportunity to build customizable wooden models of their favorite Monster Jam character. The second clinic, taking place March 14, will feature El Toro Loco. Participating children will receive a kids' apron, goggles, Monster Jam patch and the wooden Monster Jam truck that they build.
“The overwhelming attendance at our previous clinics provided fans with a unique and hands-on Monster Jam experience," says Mark Abernethy, vice president of licensing and business development, Feld Motor Sports. "We are excited to participate in the Lowe’s Build and Grow program once again and introduce two new Monster Jam trucks to the program. The Max-D and El Toro Loco wooden clinics
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