This year marks the 12th annual CLz Finest Charity Car Show, which continues to grow bigger every year based off its unique characteristics: the entry rules.
The entry rules are slim to none, allowing the most abnormal cars out there to enter the car show to be shown off for a great cause.
CLz Finest Car Show proceeds are given to the Ronald McDonald House Charities, and in the past, portions have been used to help local children battling illnesses.
CLz Club President, David Withrow said preparation begins at the beginning of every year and is a tedious process, but worth it in the end.
“It’s a lot of work leading up to it honestly. We say every year we’re not going to do it again, but when it’s all over and we get to visit with some of the participants and we get to hand over the donation to the charity, we’re ready to go again usually, so it’s a good feeling,” said Withrow.
This car show has become a popular event that people within and out of the state enjoy, including Wesley Cook, who travels for four hours for this event. He said he doesn’t mind the drive and looks forward to this event every year as he has the last three.
“We come through the mountains, a lot of twists and turns. Where we’re from, there’s nobody else doing this kind of thing. We come here and there’s a lot more than just us doing it. So it’s nice to see other people doing the same thing we’re in to,” said Cook.
The amount of money raised for Ronald McDonald House Charities has not been counted yet, but CLz Club President Withrow believes it to be roughly $4,000.