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Chesapeake Automotive Business Association Hosting Aftermarket Feast

The Chesapeake Automotive Business Association is hosting its 70th annual Aftermarket Oyster, Bull & Shrimp Feast on March 19.

The Chesapeake Automotive Business Association is hosting its 70th annual Aftermarket Oyster, Bull & Shrimp Feast on March 19 at Martins West in Baltimore, M.D.

Tickets purchased in advance are $550 for a table of 10 ($55 each ticket), $57 per individual, and $20 each for ages 6-11. Tickets at the door are $65 each.

To order tickets for the event, complete the form and return it to CABA via fax at (410) 544-8130 or mail to CABA at 308 Crain Highway North, Glen Burnie, MD 21061.

The association is also taking donations to raise money for education programs, market development and government affairs.

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