The first-ever "Buggin' for a Cure" all-VW Car Show and Swap Meet will be held at the Greene County Fairgrounds on the weekend of Sept. 22-23.
The event is being hosted by the Northeast Tennessee Volkswagen Association and the Tourism Department of the Greene County Partnership.
All proceeds will benefit the American Cancer Society's Relay for Life.
This event is an all-VW Show, with VW Vendors, local vendors, local food, and onstage entertainment.
"We look forward to welcoming many local and out-of-town VW auto-owners, enthusiasts and vendors to our beautiful area while showcasing our autos for all to see," said Joni Parker, president of the VW Association, in a news release.
The event is sponsored by Greeneville Oil and Petroleum, Inc., Sculptz Salon & Spa, Tommy Bennett Window Tinting, Verbales VW Auto Parts, Gosnell's Stereo and Music, Signature Healthcare, Legacy Jewelers, Lynn's Restaurant, Sky Night Aviation LLC, A1 Auto Parts, Waggin' Tails Pet Grooming, Miller Industries, Tintura, Auto Zone of Kingsport, Good Ole Volks Unlimited, Johnson Bros. Auto Repair, Snyder's Memorial Garden, Creekside Markets, Direct TV, Consumer Credit Union, Still Transfer Co., Inc., Love Street Bunny Ranch, Sean and Sissy Rabern, Capital Cash, and Longaberger Consultant Shellie Hankins-Brown.
Learn more about the event by visiting Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/buggin4acure.
For more information, contact Parker at 423-620-9933.