"Wheels of Hope" Car Show Benefits Non-Profit

Car enthusiasts rolled up in their rides into downtown Garland on Saturday for the “Wheels of Hope” car show.

The car show had 25 different categories including foreign roadsters, street rods, and classic muscle cars.

Car Show in Garland Benefits Charity

Car enthusiasts rolled up in their rides into downtown Garland on Saturday for the “Wheels of Hope” car show.

(Published Saturday, May 27, 2017)

However, it’s not all about cars. The show benefits the Hope Clinic, a non-profit organization that provides health care to those in need.

“The Hope Clinic has been in existence for ten years or more, and it serves approximately 8,000 patients a year. Unfortunately, these are people who don’t have the means to provide their own healthcare,” said Jamie Miller, the chairman for Wheels for Hope..

The show also had food, music, and plenty of activities for kids.

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