|Cruise-In accepts all vehicles|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Saturday, 21 September 2013 07:57|
PERRYSBURG - The Automotive Technology programs at Penta Career Center are hosting a "Cruise-In" Car Show on Wednesday from 5 to 8 p.m. on the Penta campus located at 9301 Buck Road.
All types of vehicles and motorcycles are welcome to attend. Vehicle owners are admitted free of charge as long as they bring items to donate to Perrysburg Township's annual Operation Bread Basket drive. Items accepted for Operation Bread Basket include any non-perishable food items.
For more than 25 years, the Perrysburg Township Fire and Police departments have sponsored Operation Break Basket to assist families in the Perrysburg community.
Other activities that will take place at the Cruise-In include music and door prizes such as car care kits, gift certificates and products from several Penta Career Center programs. Some of the vehicle award categories include: People's Choice, Best Muscle Car, Best Street Rod, Best Truck, Best Custom, Superintendent's Selection, and Best Motorcycle. Food will be available for purchase from Deets BBQ.
Tours of Penta's Automotive Technology programs will also be available.
The event is organized by Penta's Automotive Technology programs and SkillsUSA, a leadership organization for career-technical education students.
For more information about the Cruise-In event, call 419-666-1120 Ext. 1428.
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