Car enthusiasts and pet lovers from throughout the region gathered Saturday at Ken Houtz Chevrolet-Buick on Route 17 in Gloucester for the eighth annual Corvette vs. Camaro Cruise-In. The cruise-in, benefitting the Gloucester-Mathews Humane Society, resulted in the collection of 15,280 pounds of pet food—the largest amount collected in the history of the event.
An array of eye-catching cars—Corvettes, Camaros and other classics—were on display, and attendees cast their vote for their preferred model—Corvette or Camaro—by donating a bag of pet food.
While the Corvettes again captured the winner’s trophy, the real winners were the homeless pets cared for by GMHS.
“We love working with our customers and other local businesses on the annual food drive for GMHS,” Houtz said. “This annual cruise-in raises thousands of pounds of dog and cat food annually for GMHS. It is very rewarding to see people open their hearts for such a wo...
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