More than 100 big rigs turned out for this weekend’s edition of Chrome for Kids Truck Show and Shine supporting the BC Children’s Hospital Foundation. The event took place at the Mission Raceway. One hundred per cent of the money raised goes to the charity, thanks to ZZ Chrome MFG Inc. out of Langley, the company that sponsors and hosts the event. / Bob Friesen Photos

PHOTOS: Chrome For Kids features more than 100 big rigs

Mission Raceway was the site of the truck show that supports the BC Children’s Hospital Foundation

More than 100 big rigs turned out over the weekend for Chrome for Kids Truck Show and Shine supporting the BC Children’s Hospital Foundation.

The event was held at Mission Raceway Park and featured live music, face painting, bouncy castle, dunk tank and plenty of chrome.

One hundred per cent of the money raised goes to the charity, thanks to ZZ Chrome MFG Inc. out of Langley, the company that sponsors and hosts the event.

 

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