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Collision repair center planning benefit car show


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The inaugural Church Brothers Collision Repair car show to benefit the Wounded Warrior Project is set for May 31 at the company’s Shadeland location.

The Wounded Warrior Project is a charity that serves wounded service men and women and their families.

On-site registration will take place from 8 to 10 a.m. Cost is $15 per vehicle. All proceeds raised will be matched by Church Brothers Collision Repair to benefit Wounded Warrior Project.

 

Indianapolis Motor Speedway historian Donald Davidson will be on site to meet and greet show participants and spectators. Food will be available for purchase, along with free Blue Bell ice cream, the Pacers Fan Van, face painting for the kids, and an appearance by the Indiana Fever’s mascot Freddie Fever. The Indiana State Police, Indiana National Guard and other organizations will offer displays and demos.

There is no charge for spectators. Entrants and spectators are asked to bring a nonperishable food item or pet food item. Donations will be divided among local food pantries, with pet food going to Indianapolis Animal Care & Control.

Awards will include best of show, people’s choice, best engine, best paint, best interior, best Ford, GM & Mopar (1981-present); Best Ford, GM & Mopar (pre-1981); best foreign; best modified/ratrod and top 20.

The Shadeland shop is at 751 N. Shadeland Ave.

Pre-registration and additional information is available at www.church-brothers.com.

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