Sunday, October 17, 2010
Drive to Survive Car Show in Edwardsville raised money and hopes for Dorian Comeau
Dorian was paralyzed from the neck down, and the show raised money for surgery costs, wheel chair provisions, and other necessities. It also drove home the idea of wearing your seat belt. All-in-all, pretty good reasons to hold a car show.
This was definitely a nice turnout. There were cars parked all around this industrial park area, as well as in the fields surrounding those lots. And unlike some car shows, the spectator parking, where normal cars were sent, may have been bigger than the car show.
As terrible as Dorian's situation is, it had to be pretty encouraging to know that so many folks out there to support him and send their prayers and good thoughts.
To take a look at the cars and trucks in attendance at the Drive to Survive Car Show, I've included nearly 100 pictures in the slideshow below.