Susquehanna Auto Show raises funds for charities

Susquehanna Auto Show raises funds for charities


The show was held at the Speakeasy Saloon and Resort in Herrick Township.

SUSQUEHANNA COUNTY, Pennsylvania – A Susquehanna County auto show has done more than just show off some hot rods.

This was the Coal Cracking Club’s 24th annual exhibition of cars, trucks and motorcycles.

The show was held at the Speakeasy Saloon and Resort in Herrick Township.

More than 30 awards have been awarded to the best cars, trucks and motorcycles.

In addition to the many vehicles on display, there was food, raffles, music, and other vendors.

A portion of the proceeds from the show goes to Ruff Dog Rescue as well as other charities.

It’s awesome. We’re so excited. We love doing it. It all goes to like local charities. So it’s good for everyone to come out and support,” said Courtney Durante, Speakeasy Saloon & Resort.

About 200 cars have been registered for the show here in Susquehanna County.

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