Cruise-Ins Annual Car Show Member's Cars Members For Sale Links
2020 Events
Many of the Apple City Street Rodders Cruise Ins are held to benefit members of our community. Below are the events held in 2020.
For more information contact:
Roy Bentley: 828-632-1695
Jerry Ray Fox: 828-495-8700


The Apple City Street Rodders would like to thank everyone that purchased tickets on the motor that was sold, bought t-shirts, and most of all we thank our sponsors. We were not able to have any benefit cruise ins or a car show this year, due to Covid-19.

With that being said, on Saturday, November 7, 2020 at Scotty's Hometown Grill, we were able to give $2300.00 each to Noel Kerley, Katelyn McKinney, Brian Matthews, Mark & Melissa Bolick, and Ann Herman Anderson to help with their medical expenses.

Hospice of Alexander County received $9000.00. We were very blessed this year!!


Roy Bentley, Noel Kerley, and Jerry Ray Fox


Roy Bentley, Katelyn McKinney, Matthew McKinney, Jerry Ray Fox, and Glynn Gwaltney

Roy Bentley, Brian Matthews, Susan Matthews, and Jerry Ray Fox


Roy Bentley, Mark Bolick, Melissa Bolick, and
Jerry Ray Fox

Roy Bentley, Deidra Skinner, Marketing/PR for Hospice of Alexander County, and Jerry Ray Fox


Roy Bentley, Linda Herman (accepting on behalf of her sister, Ann Herman Anderson), and Jerry Ray Fox

Some of the many cars on display











AUGUST 29, 2020

The winner of the 434 Cui engine that was given away on Saturday, August 29, 2020 at Scotty’s Hometown Grill was Nick McNeil of Wilkesboro, NC. He bought his ticket at Crossroads Grill!

Congratulations Nick!






JUNE 13, 2020

Valley Nursing and Rehabilitation Center hosted a family drive-thru parade on Saturday, June 13, 2020.

It was a gorgeous day, as fire departments, EMS, Alexander Rescue Squad, Taylorsville Police Department, Alexander County Sheriff’s office, Apple City Street Rodders, and many families came to join in, with approximately 104 vehicles in all.

“There were tons of smiles, waves, encouraging handmade signs, and decorations,” said Carrie Johnson, Life Enrichment Director at Valley Nursing. “Residents at VNC have been talking about the parade each day since. Residents said the parade lifted their spirits during this time. This was some of the residents’ first time watching a parade!

This was a touching and special event for staff, families, and most importantly, the residents of VNC. We would like to thank all who were involved in making this grand event happen.”




Top of Page

View Our Web Page in Alexander County Online
Cruise Ins | Annual Car Show | Member's Cars | Members | For Sale | Links

Design & Hosting
Visit Presentations On The Web