City of Long Beach Holds Annual Fleet Car Show

November 14, 2016 - Press Release

Photo courtesy of City of Long Beach
Photo courtesy of City of Long Beach

The City of Long Beach (Calif.) Fleet Services held its fourth annual car show on Nov. 3. The event invites Fleet Services and city employees to showcase their vehicles and is a chance for staff to relax and have fun with their passion — cars!

Trophies were awarded in three categories: Best of Show, Best Paint, and Best Restoration. The show featured an impressive range of vehicles including a 1927 Ford Model T Roadster, a 1964 Chevy Panel, and a 1950 Ford Custom Club Coupe. 

Fleet Services’ Employee Recognition Committee (ERC) provided a benefit tri-tip lunch for everyone, served by management.  Proceeds will help fund the fleet’s annual holiday gathering.

Photo courtesy of City of Long Beach
Photo courtesy of City of Long Beach

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