Come celebrate veterans and their families with American Legion Post 201's third annual Veteran's Day car show Saturday, Nov. 9. 

Sponsored by Carl Black GMC and Buick of Roswell, this free, family friendly event runs from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. Car enthusiasts and families can enjoy classic cars, hot rods and rare collectibles, as well as newer custom cars. 

Awards will be given for first, second and third place for Kid's Choice, Public's Choice, Participant's Choice and the grand prize, the Commander's Choice. There are also giveaways from local businesses.

The public is welcome and entrance is free. American Legion encourages families to come enjoy the display of beautiful and rare cars. There will be a DJ playing playing Rock Classics. Food available will include barbecue, hot dogs, hamburgers and Brunswick Stew. A Vendor Village will include car related businesses, as well as services and products for the public.

For those interested in showing their cars or attending as a vendor, it's not too late to sign up. All types of cars and trucks are welcome. To enter a vehicle the cost is a donation of $25 and can be paid at registration upon arrival on Saturday morning. Gates open at 9:30 a.m. for show participants, who can enjoy biscuits and coffee thanks to the American Legion. For vendors, a 10 x 10 space is $25 and tent and tables must be supplied by the vendor.

Businesses interested can contact Tom Youngblood at youngbloodtom@hotmail.com or 678-462-9023. American Legion Post 201 is at 201 Wills Rd, Alpharetta. 

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