View Full Version : 3rd Annual Castaway Critters Car Show

01-24-2013, 08:18 AM
It is with great pleasure and enthusiasm that we would like to announce our 3rd annual "Cool Cars for Cats and Canines" car show. The show will be held on April 27th at the AACA museum in Hershey, PA. As many of you know, this show is a fund raiser for a no-kill animal rescue known as "Castaway Critters". This awesome organizatioin has saved the lives of nearly 9,000 abandoned dogs and cats over the past 11 years. This event provides desperately needed funding for the food and veterinary care of the homeless animals in the "Castaway Critters" foster network.

Please go to the show website here: http://coolcarsforcatsandcanines.com/

You will find all of the registration information as well as pictures from our previous shows. Also, there is a link to our facebook page where you can upload a picture of your car and "like" us.

Thank you to everyone for your consideration in helping us with this very worthy cause. We really hope to see you at the show. Last year we had a HUGE DeLorean turnout!!! I've already had 3 different people ask me how many DeLorean's would be there this year.

04-18-2013, 12:54 PM
As of now, we have 121 cars registered including 3 DeLorean's! The show is one week from Saturday. There is still time to register if you would like to show your DeLorean. See you in Hershey!



04-29-2013, 06:08 PM
Just wanted to give a huge thank you to all of the DMCtalk crew that came out to the show and helped us out by displaying their cars.

The results of the show are nothing short of spectacular. The weather was absolutely, positively perfect. I told my wife Betsy that if this show were held for 100 years that we would never have weather this good again.

The results: Because of the incredible generosity of our sponsors and of course the car registrants, we are so pleased to tell you that this show netted $14,052.00. Since "Castaway Critters" is a 100% volunteer network, every penny of this goes to the veterinary care and feeding of these abused and abandoned companion animals. There were 156 cars on the show field, and 691 paid visitors at the gate. What a day for the animals.

My wife Betsy and I would like to extend our most sincere thanks and congratulate everyone involved for a job very well done.

Here is a clip from the local TV news:


04-30-2013, 12:12 AM
I'm glad you had a good turnout and a great show. Taking care of the fuzzballs of the world is a cause close to my heart.