Here's What You May Have Missed … Waggin Shaggin & the Blues
On June 4th 2016, our dealership kicked off the summer with Waggin' Shaggin' & The Blues. We hosted an all day festival with a food truck rodeo and live music. There was cotton candy, snow cones, funnel cakes, and treats for everyone to enjoy while The Embers and Nashville's Stacy Mitchart Band performed the classics.
We also hosted a screening of Susie's Law, an inspiring film produced by our friends at Susie's Hope. Susie herself was on hand with her owner Donna, and there was an autograph signing after the film. We were also proud to host a number of K9 Officers from the local police department.
All of us at County Ford were amazed with the turnout, and we're thrilled with the success of this event. Proceeds were divided up among these charities to benefit our four-legged guests:
- Humane Society of Alamance County
- Old North Canine Rescue
- Spirit Canine Rescue
- The Biscuit Foundation
- Burlington Animal Services
- Susie's Hope
Thank you to everyone who came. We can't wait to do it again next year.Steven Curtis Chapman and Jillian Edwards
proved once again why they are incredible singers and performers. They brought the spirit of the holidays with JOY: The Christmas Tour to St. Marks Church in Burlington, NC.
Plumb and Rapture Ruckus
brought worshipful songs presented with incredible musical talent on the stage at the Mebane Arts Center. We at County Ford are deeply grateful for their help in raising money for DreamAlign Ministries, which helps feed hundreds of Alamance County families every week.
If you missed Big Daddy Weave and Citizen Way
back in October, we captured some of the magic of their incredible performances that captured the true essence and dynamic sounds of today's popular Christian music. A big thanks goes out to these musicians for helping The Fellowship of Christian Athletes of Western Alamance High School.
And if you missed Tracy Lawrence with Ray Scott
on September 25th, you'll have to make sur
e that you catch up with his tour
because it was a great show at the Mebane Arts Center.