Spectrum of Solutions to host 3rd annual Cruise for a Cause Car Show

Spectrum of Solutions to host 3rd annual Cruise for a Cause Car Show

Spectrum of Solutions is preparing to host over 100 unique vehicles at their upcoming third annual Cruise for a Cause Car Show.

The indoor event will be held on Saturday, Oct. 28 from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. at the Midland County Horseshoe Pavilion. The weekend festivities also include an evening cruise for participating car show entries in downtown Midland on Friday, Oct. 27.

Cruise for a Cause is a family-friendly community event with free general admission that includes a Kid’s Zone, an outdoor Warren CAT equipment display, trunk or treating, a children’s costume contest, local food trucks, non-profit resource tables, vendors, and of course the car show.

“We are excited to showcase a variety of vehicles this year.” according to Alayne Paulson, development director at Spectrum of Solutions. “Entries include antiques such as a 1931 Ford Model A and a 1941 Willys Americar Coupe, to classic American muscle cars, slick sports cars, and completely custom minibikes. It’s rare to find an indoor car show and we expect to have a full house on Saturday.”

Car show participants have the chance to win a trophy from one of the numerous categories available.

All proceeds go towards their clients with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD). Spectrum of Solutions, formerly known as MARC, has empowered individuals with IDD in Midland, Texas for over 60 years. Through generous community support, Spectrum of Solutions has enabled thousands of clients to reach new personal bests and levels of independence daily. Spectrum of Solutions supports over 200 individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities ranging from 2 years to the elderly in the Permian Basin across its adult and children’s programs. Attesting to the community need for these services, there is a wait list for every program.

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