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Annual car show benefits kids with disabilities

Car show rolls into town this summer.

Steer Friends, a local charity that provides day program support to individuals with disabilities and complex care needs across York Region, is hosting its annual car show at the Markham Fairgrounds this summer.

The event is set to take place on June 24 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., rain or shine.

The show promises to be the biggest yet, with an expected 1500+ attendees and more than 1000 show vehicles.

The event will feature the best in show cars and trucks, local vendors, musical guests, and live music.

Car enthusiasts won’t want to miss the return of celebrity guests Dave Kindig and Kev Dogg from Kindig-it Design, the popular TV show that features the creation of custom vehicles.

“We’re excited to have Dave Kindig and Kev Dogg join us for this year’s car show,” said Jacqueline Hall-Fusco, executive director of Steer Friends. “Their presence is sure to attract even more car enthusiasts to the event which will help us raise funds and awareness for our organization.”

Vehicle registration for the event is now open and participants who pre-register their vehicles by June 1 will be entered into the Pro Class Judging with a chance to win some great prizes.

All proceeds from the event will go to support Steer Friends in their mission to provide support to individuals with disabilities and complex care needs in York Region.

For more information, visit steerfriends.org/carshow.

 

Photo: “We’re excited to have Dave Kindig and Kev Dogg join us for this year’s car show,” said Jacqueline Hall-Fusco (2nd from the left).

 

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