North Charleston, South Carolina – More than 100 car owners brought their cars at the parking spaces at the Sam’s Club on Centre Pointe Drive in North Charleston on Saturday, taking part of the Miracle Drive-In Auto Show that was organized with a cause to raise and donate money for children’s hospital.
Muscle cars, retro cars, classic cars, new cars were all seen at the car show event on Saturday in North Charleston.
The event also had food, vendors, and other sponsors.
The car show was organized with a cause, to raise and donate the money for children’s hospitals. According to the car show organizers, the money raised on Saturday will be donated to the MUSC Shawn Jenkins Children’s Hospital through the Children’s Miracle Network.
“We all enjoy a great hobby and feel really blessed, and there are other folks out there that can use some help,” Shane Graves, president of the Lowcountry Muscle Car Club, said. “We take our talent and our hobby and we kinda direct that in a way to try to benefit the local community just to kinda give back.”