GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (KKCO/KJCT News)-- Graff Dairy decided to celebrate dads, cars, and ice cream all in one place on Father's Day weekend.
The shop hosted its second annual car show, where hot rods and classic cars from all over the Grand Valley were on display. For classic car owners, there was a 15-dollar entry fee, but Graff Dairy isn't pocketing that money. The business says that money will be sent to CASA of Mesa County, to help give a voice in court for those who can't do it themselves.
"It's a wonderful cause, and its needed because they are in there by themselves. This organization helps them have a voice, and gives them some representation, and allows them to feel secure, and moving in the right direction," says the owner of Graff Dairy, Darin Carei.
More than 65 cars entered in the show at Graff Dairy.