Second annual All Wheels Cruise-in car show to host over 100 cars and more than 25 vendors

Published 10:35 pm Thursday, August 18, 2022

By Haley Mitchell Godwin

The second annual All Wheels Cruise-In car show will be held Saturday from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Fulton Avenue in Brantley.

Proceeds from the event will be donated to Brantley School.

Event organizer, Larry Johnson, expects a good turnout.

“We have advertised the event in five states and there are going to be vendors and cars from all over,” Johnson said. “I am thankful that Crenshaw Kool Ridz and Andalusia Classics and Street Rods are helping out. So far, I have had calls from Georgia, Tennessee, and Florida. I think we will have a good crowd and I hope we can top the $1300.00 raised last year.”

There is no entry fee for spectators and no vehicle registration fee. All types of vehicles are welcome.
Vendor spots are available for $25.00 and can be reserved in advance via phone or in-person on the day of the event. All vendor spaces are shaded.

Currently, over 100 cars have been registered and 25-plus vendors have signed up. Vendors will offer a wide variety of items including candles, lotions, honey and honey products, woodwork, art pieces, clothing, home decor, canned jams and jellies, and more.

Food options will include fried mullet plates, fried catfish plates, homemade chicken salad plates, sausage dogs, hamburgers, hotdogs, fresh popcorn, fresh boiled peanuts, and more.

Attractions for children will include a bouncy house and snow cones.

Tickets for door prizes will be available for purchase- $1 each, $5 for six tickets, or $20 for 25 tickets. Over 60 door prizes will be up for grabs, including a fish cooker, a pop-up tent, fish and tackle, car cleaning kits, metal signs, 16 envelopes containing cash, and much more.

There will also be a 50/50 drawing.

The annual event is connected to the Bad Boys of Brantley Car Club, and a recurring date for the Brantley All Wheels Cruise-In car show has been set for every third Saturday in August.

For more information, call Johnson at (334) 429-1688.