LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) - The eighth annual Mike Raisor classic car show featured a number of rare automobiles.
Each participant paid an entrance fee, which went straight to charity. For the past eight years all money made at the show goes to an organization. This year it's going to the Michael R. Raisor Foundation.
"To promote brain cancer research. In years past we've done this for local Lafayette cancer care, autism, the Boys and Girls Clubs. Every year we try to reach out to those organizations that need help hopefully raise a bunch of money for them today," general manager Scott Bond said.
Bond said he hopes to raise more than $5,000 for research.
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