Sunday, August 2, 2009
Well the weekend came and left, but memories will last a life time! This was the 1st Hispanic Car Show in Nashville,TN and it was exciting to see how many new friends we met on Saturday morning. They where some that braved it out to come to a place that might have been out of their comfort zone, but history never writes about the ones that did not dare to venture out into the unknown. Being that it was the first time, we did not have a large turnout in cars but had a good crowd of people that really enjoyed seeing the beautiful cars that came to the show. Plus one of the main objectives was to raise funds for a mission project in Mexico of which $2,200 where raised with all the activities, we are truly thankful to all that participated. As to the winners of the event pretty much, Chevies cleaned house with a '56 taking 1 and 2nd place was his younger brother the '57, plus Pastor's Pick.
The beautiful '56 Nomad owned by John Crowder was a truly a crowd pleaser. Here is Miss TN Latina with John and his trophy the Pastor's Pick award. I believe that even more than all the awards people truly enjoyed the atmosphere, meeting new folks and enjoying great food! We have to be very grateful to all the folks that believed in this vision and I want to especially thank God for allowing us to enjoy a beautiful day with good weather in the midst of days with rain. Rachel from Texas Road House, Chris from O'Reilly's Auto Parts on Nolensville Road for their contributions, E-Spanglish Magazine you folks are great! After experiencing this weekend, I can truly tell you that cars will always be able to bring cultures together.