After remaining blindsided by COVID-19, Oak Hills relatives to provide Monster Truck Thunder back again to Victorville

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For more than 35 yrs, Steve Quercio and his spouse and children have been the “mom-and-pop” professionals of crashing, smashing and flame-belching thanks to their Monster Truck Thunder enterprise that has entertained enthusiasts from Victorville to the East Coastline.

But when the COVID-19 pandemic struck previous calendar year and entertainment venues had been shuttered, monster truck exhibits have been also canceled. The Quercios, who reside in Oak Hills, reported they shed an estimated $1 million in projected revenue as a end result.

This week, although, an fired up Quercio instructed the Every day Press the Monster Truck Thunder demonstrate will return for two demonstrates at the San Bernardino County Fairgrounds in Victorville.

“The truck clearly show is heading to be the 1st party to operate at entire potential at the fairgrounds considering the fact that this pandemic hit final calendar year,” claimed Quercio, 67. “We’ll be back at the fairgrounds on July 16th and 17th for two nights of thundering pleasure for the complete family members.”