Springfield, MO

Log in Subscribe

ANPAC show raises $20K for United Way

Posted online
The 11th annual American National Property And Casualty Car Show for Kids, held Sept. 25 at the ANPAC's Corporate Centre offices, 1949 E. Sunshine St., raised more than $23,227 for United Way of the Ozarks.

The 2010 event saw a fundraising record for the car show, which filled all of the parking spots for the event's reserved lot and had to be direct other cars to overflow parking in an adjacent lot, according to an Oct. 1 ANPAC news release.

The event was co-presented by Empire Bank and ANPAC-owned Chrome Classic Car Insurance, and had 25 corporate sponsors, including O'Reilly Auto Parts, Whole Hog Café, Clear Channel Radio, KY3 Inc. and Copart Inc.

"It’s a great honor to be associated with so many supporters of the ANPAC Car Show for Kids," Cindy Norman, show steering committee chair, said in the release. "I wish I could thank each one of them personally for the difference they will make in so many lives across the Ozarks."

United Way of the Ozarks, which is based in Springfield, pools its resources to identify and solve community problems. It serves 14 area counties, including Greene, according to its Web site.
[[In-content Ad]]


No comments on this story |
Please log in to add your comment
Editors' Pick
Open for Business: Crumbl Cookies

Utah-based gourmet cookie chain Crumbl Cookies opened its first Springfield shop; interior design business Branson Upstaging LLC relocated; and Lauren Ashley Dance Center LLC added a second location.

Most Read
Update cookies preferences