The Andrew Mazza Foundation

The Andrew Mazza Foundation

The Andrew Mazza Foundation The Andrew Mazza Foundation
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The Andrew Mazza Foundation and Johnson College are teaming up for the third year to bring you the 3rd Annual Andrew Mazza Diesel Jam on June 14 at Johnson College 3427 North Main Avenue, Scranton, PA 18508!  As always, the event is a rain or shine event and is free of admission for spectators and truck entry pricing can be found below. 


Registration/Check-In begins at 8am 

Diesel Jam and Mobile Dyno begins at 9am

Awards for Diesel Jam and Mobile Dyno at 1pm


Early Truck Registration Until June 8th  --  $25.00 Per Truck 

$125 Per Truck for Early Registration & Mobile Dyno 

(3 Dyno Pulls & Diesel Jam T-Shirt)


Registration From June 9th - June 14th (Day of Diesel Jam) -- $35.00 Per Truck 

$135 Per Truck for Registration & Mobile Dyno  

(3 Dyno Pulls & Diesel Jam T-Shirt)


Featuring: 

~NJDRP - Mobile Dyno 

~Live Entertainment

~Food Vendors: Ray's Porketta, Morrison's, Horr's Hot Dogs & More!

 ~Industry Vendors: Garofalo Enterprises Diesel Performance, Hunter Trucks, & More!

~Andrew Mazza Foundation  "Spool in Peace" Apparel  & Diesel Jam Apparel 

 ~Johnson College Informational Booth  

~Cash Prizes for Overall Highest and Lowest Horsepower and Highest Dodge, Ford, and Chevy Horsepower

~Awards for Best in Show, Pick Up, Antique, Tow, Big Rig, and People's Choice


For additional sponsor, vendor, or truck registration information please download the forms below or  contact :

Dawn Ziegler, Andrew Mazza Foundation President, at (570) 313-0369 or via email at AndrewMazzaFoundation@gmail.com


Event Sponsors are due by April 20, 2020 to be featured on Promotional Flyers

All other Event Sponsors are due by May 27, 2020


For more information please contact:

AndrewMazzaFoundation@gmail.com

| Johnson College |

Andrew Mazza Diesel Jam supports the Diesel Truck Technology Program and provides Student Scholarships for Johnson College.  The Diesel Truck Technology Program at Johnson College is a 2-year program, with over 30 current students enrolled.  It is designed to prepare students as entry-level technicians with the latest information on diagnosis, repair procedures, preventative maintenance, and necessary safety applications in diesel technology.