SAN ANGELO, Texas — Cars, trucks, motorcycles, custom bikes, lowriders, hot rods and just about anything else on wheels were on display Saturday in a car show benefiting San Angelo Crime Stoppers.
It was the third car show the organization has put on in San Angelo, but the first since the pandemic canceled last year’s plans.
“Crime Stoppers has been working toward all sorts of different fundraisers and this is our third annual car show that some members of the board put together that has really turned out to be a tremendous event,” San Angelo Crime Stoppers Executive Director Travis Griffith said. “We have all different type of classes out here and the money is raised through donations and registration. Also, we have a few silent auctions and things that people have donated. So if you’ve donated or helped us out in any way with this we want to say thank you to the community for coming out an supporting us.”
The show was held at Mitchell Buick GMC, 4105 Sherwood Way and featured door prizes, goody bags and a food trailer.
One-hundred percent of the proceeds benefited San Angelo Crime Stoppers.