Sundown on Depot car show raises $13,000 for Holston Home | Sunday stories


GREENEVILLE – The seventh annual Sundown on Depot car show returned to historic downtown Greeneville on May 21 in conjunction with the Greeneville Iris Festival. The spectacle was impressive with more than 600 vehicles – street rods, muscle cars, trucks, low-riders and custom bikes – lining Main Street from the City Garage Car Museum at W McKee Street to the Walters State Niswonger Campus at Spencer Street .

Event sponsors included Shades of the Past, Bewley Properties, Gary’s Paint & Body Shop, M&M Collision Repair, Greeneville Federal Bank, Jeffers Funeral & Cremation Service, Marsh Propane, Wilburn Excavating & Construction, Jerry’s Used Cars & Parts, LLC , Tweed Family Foundation, East Tennessee Title & Escrow Services, Inc., Malone Bros. Excavating Inc., O’Reilly Auto Parts, Cornerstone Wealth Management Group, Bachman Bernard, Gateway Ford, RPC Inc. Farms, Farris Insurance Agency and Surfboard Promotion.

Prizes were awarded for the Brabb Gregg Pick, Holston Home Pick, Mayor Pick and Kid’s Pick with a trophy made by Jack Lane.

Proceeds of over $13,000 from the show were donated to Holston United Methodist Home for Children. Todd Collins, one of the organizers of Sundown on Depot, said: “We would like to thank all of the sponsors, volunteers, participants and spectators who help make this charity event a success, and we look forward to next year.

Bradley Williams, President and CEO of Holston Home, said: “We are so grateful to friends like Todd and Bill Collins, sponsors and so many others who care about children from difficult circumstances. It’s really cool to see how they take their passion for cars and turn it into compassion for the young people served by the ministry of Holston Home.

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