BIG TRUCK DAY was a BIG success at the Kemp Auto Museum

. June 15, 2011 . 0 Comments

The recent BIG TRUCK DAY at the Kemp Auto Museum was a BIG success for the venue and their charitable partner, Operation Food Search.

More than 2,000 people attended the June 12th event, which featured 45 vehicles from nearby St. Louis and Chesterfield businesses. Y98 was onsite with a live broadcast, and the family-friendly event also featured a balloon artist and face painter.

The Kemp Auto Museum was able to fill five large bins with food donations from attendees at the event, and received a $250.00 donation from Peterbilt-The Larson Group for Operation Food Search.

The Kemp Auto Museum displays historically significant and artistically inspired automobiles from the very earliest to the contemporary for public enjoyment and educational enrichment.

The Kemp collection includes rare and vintage European automobiles from the turn of the century to modern day. Home to one of North America’s finest private collections of Mercedes Benz ever displayed in one location.

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