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Welcome to El Cajon’s Centennial Website!

Honoring and Celebrating the People Who Make El Cajon The Valley of Opportunity

 

Nascar on Fox – Jimmie Johnson’s Home Town – El Cajon!

The City congratulates El Cajon’s Jimmie Johnson on his:

 

SIXTH NASCAR SPRINT CUP TITLE IN EIGHT YEARS!

FIRST PLACE FINISH AT THE TEXAS MOTOR SPEEDWAY NOVEMBER 2, 2013!

FIRST PLACE FINISH FOR 8TH TIME AT DOVER ON SEPTEMBER 29, 2013!

FIRST PLACE FINISH AT POCONO ON JUNE 9, 2013! 

FIRST PLACE FINISH AT THE DAYTONA 500 ON FEBRUARY 24, 2013!

Jimmie Johnson celebrates winning at  Daytona February 2013

Jimmie Johnson wins the Daytona 500 – February 2013
Photo Credit: Harold Hinson Photography

Jimmie Johnson celebrates winning at Daytona 500 - February 2013

Jimmie Johnson wins the Daytona 500 – February 2013
Photo Credit: Harold Hinson Photography

Jimmie Johnson wins the Daytona 500 - February 2013

Jimmie Johnson wins the Daytona 500 – February 2013
Photo Credit: Harold Hinson Photography

The City Council sent this letter of Congratulations to Jimmie and his team on behalf of his hometown.

We are excited to continue the celebration, look for the Jimmie Johnson Centennial Banners going up around El Cajon soon. Key places include the homes the Jimmie Johnson Foundation and Habitat for Humanity built on Foundation Lane, Second Street where the car culture of the community was enjoyed, and Jimmie’s favorite Mexican restaurant near Greenfield Drive and East Main Street close to where Jimmie grew up in East El Cajon.

If you attended our Centennial Celebration on November 12, 2012, and took a photo with Jimmie’s #48 Show Car check out his JJ & Me Photo Contest on Twitter.

Submit your photo to his contest and you could be selected as Jimmie’s fan of the week!

Congratulations Jimmie Johnson! Thank You for being a role model for our community’s youth and helping to continue El Cajon’s legacy as The Valley of Opportunity… yesterday, today and always!
The City of El Cajon

Jimmie Johnson's Show Car #48

Jimmie Johnson’s #48 Show Car at the Centennial Celebration

 

 

 


 

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