More than 300 vehicles from across the Lower Mainland and Fraser Valley took part in the second annual Hot Rod Sunday in Langley.

(With video) Attendance up at Hot Rod Sunday in Langley

Second annual fundraising event draws over 300 participants



Organizers of the second annual Hot Rod Sunday in Langley said turnout was up substantially with over 300 participants from across the Lower Mainland and Fraser Valley compared to 200 the first year.

The British Columbia Hot Rod Association (BCHRA) sponsored event was held at the Langley Events Centre at 200 Street and 80 Avenue.

Revenue from the show helps to benefit the Valley Therapeutic Equestrian Association (VTEA) in Aldergrove.

VTEA is a registered volunteer-based charity that provides therapeutic horseback riding for children and adults of varying abilities.

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