NEWBERRY — The Midlands S.C. Muscle mass and Common Vehicle Group held their first Cruise-In of 2021 at Livingston’s Assistance Middle, downtown Newberry, on Saturday.
“Wow, it was an amazing working day for a cruise in at Livingston’s Services Heart in downtown Newberry. Special thanks to Keith Rankin, operator of Livingston’s Support Centre, for internet hosting Saturday’s Cruise-In. They did a superb work with door prizes and parking,” stated Zeb Reid, president of Midlands S.C. Muscle and Typical Car or truck Team. “We experienced a huge turnout Saturday, there ended up about 100 traditional cars and trucks, traditional vehicles, and muscle automobiles. I take pleasure in our members who showed up at and our guests who came now. We have been fortuitous to have folks from Georgia, North Carolina, Tennessee, and just one gentleman who drove all the way from New Jersey (a member on our Facebook website page).”
For the duration of the Cruise-In, Reid stated Mayor Derek Underwood (Prosperity), Metropolis of Newberry Councilperson Carlton Kinard and Councilperson Jacqueline Holmes and City of Prosperity Councilperson Robert Martin were being all in attendance.
Reid also thanked Steelhorse Smokehouse and Carter Lake Point out Farm for their aid with the Cruise-In.
“Thank you to Steelhorse BBQ for catering the occasion and acquiring a food stuff truck located directly at the rear of Livingston’s Service Middle. Thank you to Carter Lake, Condition Farm Insurance, Prosperity, for donating t-shirts for our group customers,” he said.
Information on foreseeable future situations and additional photographs from Saturday’s Cruise-In can be found on the Midlands S.C. Muscle mass and Classic Automobile Group’s Facebook web site.
“Please join the team to adhere to pics and impending situations in the bordering spot from our group. Saturday, epitomized our group motto ‘great people, excellent new music and good classic cars/vehicles, and muscle mass vehicles,’” Reid stated.