Upland show offers cool cars for a good cause
Upland-based nonprofit Employment Means Success is hosting its first ever car show from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, September 3, near 105 E. A St., in downtown Upland.
The car show is free to the public, but vendors and car show participants will be charged $30 for entry. Visit emscarshow.com to register your car, sign up as a vendor, or for more general information.
Attendees will not only get to view classic cars, but also partake in fun opportunities like silent auctions sponsored by Purple Easel, Total Wine, Exercise Coach Claremont, and Ontario Improv. The event is presented by Last Name Brewing and Pro Five Brewing and will feature local businesses like Gold Coast Solutions, JMI Creative, Nathaniel’s Photography, Sweetlilpancakes and Blaylock Brittle.
All proceeds will benefit EMS, which assists job seekers with disabilities in San Bernardino, Riverside, Los Angeles, and San Diego counties. Founded by Claremont resident Kari Anderson, EMS helps place more than 200 people per year at companies such as Amazon, Vons, In-N-Out Burger, Target, iHOP, and more, including the first legally blind employee to work at an Amazon warehouse, according to a news release.
More information is available at emscarshow.com or by calling (909) 519-3178.