BOARDMAN, Ohio (WKBN) – Auto enthusiasts were able to show off their vehicles on Saturday while supporting local nonprofits.
Cheddar Auto on Market Street in Boardman held an auto show on Saturday afternoon. More than 40 cars were on display and awards were won, and visitors enjoyed music, a basket raffle, and food.
Proceeds from the auto show went to Sojourner House, which helps victims of domestic violence in Mahoning Valley.
Jennifer Gray, Head of Services and Development, COMPASS Family and Community Services, said: “If you have community support, it means everything.” It also helps ensure that the information that you are there to do is spread.”
Bert Davidson, vice president and managing partner of Cheddar Auto, said: “There are women in crisis across the country right now, and we thought it was a really great opportunity to partner with a local charity. ‘ said.
After the auto show, Cheddar Auto and parent company Ken Ganley Auto Group provided Sojourner House with a $5,000 check.
TJ Renninger contributed to this report.