Car show, pinup girls raise money for local veterans - Tucson News Now

Car show, pinup girls raise money for local veterans

By Angelina Bravo / Tucson News Now Intern

VAIL, AZ (Tucson News Now) - Vets4Vets, a local non profit, hosted a car show Saturday outside of Buffalo Wild Wings on the north east corner of Harrison Road and Broadway Boulevard.

The car show was scheduled to last until 6 p.m., with proceeds going to the Vets4Vets.

The Southern Arizona Mustang Club attended, with the Rock-in-Pinup Girls, who had a kissing booth to help raise money for the veterans.

Kisses ranged from 50 cents to $1, depending on the Pinup girl, co-Founder and Rock-In-Pinup Girl Megan Ross said.

Vets4Vets has helped more than 2,500 veterans, Executive Director/Co-Founder Abel Moreno said.

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