This year’s Bentley Show N’ Shine had a huge turnout post pandemic with hundreds of people coming out to see everything from a 1931 Buick Machclaclin to some fairly new makes.
“There were close to 300 cars for the car show,” said Brent Moore, one of the four organizers of the event. And that’s not including those just watching the show.
He said he’s never seen so much traffic for the event, adding that it’s great to get so many people in to town to support the local businesses.
People could see anything from motorcycles to hot rods to many different makes and models.
Moore said it was nice to see everyone out having a good time.
The winners of the trophy presentations included Earl Jansen for best of show, Kevin Balmer for best import, Tony Gallant for Best Bike, Mario Raymond for Best Hot Rod, Rick Klone for Long Distance, Lee Stronach for Best 4X4, Terry Lynn Gittens for Best Truck and S. Richard for Best Muscle Car.
Some of the money raised from the show n’ shine will be donated to the Bentley sleigh ride at Christmas time, while the rest will go towards putting the show on again next year.