Evansville car show raising money for veterans battling PTSD
EVANSVILLE, Ind. (WFIE) - A new car show came to Evansville on Saturday.
It was a great day to head over to the Christian Fellowship Church for the inaugural car show to benefit Point Man Ministries, which helps veterans who are battling PTSD.
Event organizers say they weren’t expecting a big turnout, maybe only around 70 cars. However, that number was far exceeded with over 140 cars already in the parking lot by 11 a.m.
Organizers Rich Dennis and David Hale say they were excited to see so many people out to support the cause.
”We made some new friends here, and this will help us put money in the bank to help veterans,” Dennis said. “And that’s what we’re all about.”
“My expectations were smaller since it’s our first one, but look at our weather, it took care of us,” Hale said. “So it’s awesome.”
Click here for more information on Point Man Ministries.
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