RICHLAND, Wash. --It was a beautiful day for car lovers to come out to the 32nd Annual Mustang Club Show and Shine at Howard Amon Park. More than 137 cars, mostly Mustangs of course were displayed.
All the money raised is going to help the ARC of Tri-Cities, an organization that helps people with special needs. Also, to Ignite, which is a youth ministries club . "Cub members what energizes them is knowing that they're doing something good for the community, and its a good excuse to get your car out," said Chris Wollam the Chair of the Pacific Northwest Mustang Club.
The event was free, but car owners paid a $20 registration fee. The next show and shine for the Pacific Northwest Mustang Club is in October.