Cruisin' For A Cure is a registered non-profit California organization, and all of the individuals that organize and develop the show do so voluntarily.
The 2013 Cruisin' For A Cure charity car show takes place at the OC Fair & Events Center in Costa Mesa, California, Saturday, September 28. The annual charity car show, which supports the City of Hope Prostate Cancer Program, is expected to feature more than 3,400 vehicle on display and a cruise route that stretches for one and a half miles.
Cruisin' For A Cure is a registered non-profit California organization, and all of the individuals that organize and develop the show do so voluntarily, in addition to their "day jobs." The mission of the organization and show is to raise awareness and support for prostate cancer research. The show has been providing free prostate cancer screenings for participants since its debut 13 years ago. To date, the organization has raised more than $1 million in support of cancer research.
The show will feature more than 200 vendors and exhibitors, and the display vehicles will cover all of the popular varieties, including street rods, musclecars, classic cars and trucks, antiques, foreign makes and exotics. A special building is also onsite for owners selling their vehicles.
For more information on Cruisin' For A Cure, including vendor information, vehicle entry forms, or a rundown of current sponsors, visit www.cruisinforacure.com.