Once again Top-Line Industrial Supply held a Car & Bike Show in Beaumont, donating all proceeds, more than $9,000, to Carol’s Kitchen to feed the needy in the Pass area.

This annual event, June 10, sponsored by Top-Line attracted more than 300 people to see the 228 cars and bikes on display. People coming from as far as Nevada and Arizona attended the biggest car show yet. Top-Line raised $9,100 which it donated to Carol’s Kitchen.

From its six kitchens in Banning, Beaumont and Cabazon, Carol’s Kitchen provides more than 1,000 hot, nutritious meals to those looking for relief from tough living conditions.

Carol’s Kitchen had a booth at the event and gave away a new bicycle to a child in a free raffle. Carol’s Kitchen was also promoting its 20th Anniversary Gala Benefit to be held at Morongo Casino’s Grand Ballroom on Oct. 20, 2018.

Cocktails, dinner, a silent auction, and entertainment promise an exciting evening. For more information contact Chairperson Ann Blair at (909) 620-7720 or ann.m.blair@hotmail.com.  

The car and bike show featured live entertainment, Harley and the Pirates, and special guest bike show judge, Russ Brown Motorcycle Attorneys Spokesperson and stunt rider Randie Raige.

Top-Line wishes to thank all who sponsored, participated and attended the event. Sam Baldi, is passionate about Carol’s Kitchen and its founder, Arlene Ragan, after being introduced to both, by his son Pasquale Baldi, six years ago.

Sam Baldi wishes to thank all sponsors of the event: Robert Ybarra, Shannon Venturo, Dave Fairchild, Terry Ward and Denise Matthews Ward, Chris Redden, Chris Smith, Matt Brey, David Castaldo, Christopher Tague, Russ Brown Motorcycle Attorneys, James Edmonds, Bill DeGaine, Stan Houghton, and Harley and the Pirates Thank yous also go to the people that helped pass out flyers the last 6 months: Richard Jordan, Baldi’s son Pasquale and his crew. Thank you also to the volunteers: Antony and Michelle Cantacessi, Sean Lira, Deanna Breen, Mike Koch, Colleen Koch, Richard Lay, Sarah Hunyadi-Lay, Danny Lay.

Top Line Industrial is already planning for next year’s even bigger Car and bike Show, the 7th Annual event.


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