The 22nd Annual Endless Summer Car Show is set to return the the Illinois Veterans Home this September, raising big money to support our veterans!

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UPDATE (9/7/21) - The Car Show has been MOVED to the Quincy Town Center. Everything else is the same, just the location has been moved to the Quincy Town Center for COVID-19 safety concerns for the at risk veterans.

Car shows are always a blast during the summer months, and with summer winding down you don't want to miss a chance to see one of the largest car shows in the area the 22nd Annual Endless Summer Car Show hosted by the Tri-State Lugnuts.

The 22nd Annual Endless Summer Car Show is happening on Sunday, September 12th from 9am to 4pm, and it is back at the Illinois Veterans Home at 12th and Locust in Quincy. 100% of the proceeds raised during this huge car show goes directly to something called "The Quincy Veteran Home Activity Fund" which supports our local veterans, and this car show has raised over $102,000 to date for this fund.

There will be hundreds of cars on display along with vendors, 50/50 drawings, food, drinks, and door prizes. Special awards will be given out in categories like Veterans Choice, Long Distance, and more!

If you have a car you want to register for the event you can pre register now through September 5th, if you pre register you have the chance to win $100, and pre registration only costs $15. If you want to pre register call Charlie Ledbetter at 217-242-8240, or check out the Tri-States Lugnuts Facebook page, or website You can always register the day of the event but the cost is $20 and registration is only from 9am to Noon.

This is a perfect event to take the whole family too, and enjoy some fun, show off your car, and see a bunch of incredible cars, all while supporting the local veterans! 97.9 KICK-FM is proud to be a sponsor of the 22nd Annual Endless Summer Car Show.

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