SlamFest 22 In Gainesville
It’s the biggest show of its kind in Florida. The 22nd SlamFest made it's way to Gainesville this weekend.
This car, truck, and bike show took place at the Alachua county fairgrounds. SlamFest is the longest running mini-truck and custom car show in the state.
All the funds raised at this event are being donated to the Alachua County Humane Society, a non-profit organization that strives to save local cats and dogs in our community.
Mike Murray the president of Mini-Madness who puts the event together handed Stephen Cushman with the Alachua County Humane Society a $1000 check.
"I just appreciate everybody that came out and supported the show... I mean that's all I can say. Thank you to the spectators, to the participants and everybody's donations, they have made a wonderful impact for the community, we really appreciate it," they both said.
SlamFest will be back in Gainesville around the same time next year, for its 23rd year.
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