Record Amount Of Entrants Help Raise $26K At Cruisin' To A Cure For ALS Car Show

All proceeds go to the ALS Association.

Photo by Miranda Boyles, Eagle Country 99.3.

(Lawrenceburg, Ind.) - Downtown Lawrenceburg was hopping for the 4th annual Cruisin' to a Cure for ALS Car Show.

Event organizer Logan Lawrence announced on social media that well over 600 vehicles entered the show, setting a record for Cruisin' to a Cure for ALS. 

Lawrence added that more than $26,500 was raised at this year's event. All proceeds will go to the ALS Association for research, medicines and to help families impacted by ALS. 

While the exact number of vehicles and funds raised has not officially been announced, its safe to say this year's event was a smashing success. 

The 5th annual Cruisin' to a Cure for ALS is already in the works, and is expected back in downtown Lawrenceburg in May of 2021. 

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