For the fifth straight year, the Central Florida chapter of Majestics C.C., along with the Lowrider community, put together a car show and toy drive for underprivileged children. Dozens of vehicles from all different cultures arrived at the Maaco in Kissimmee, Florida, to donate toys for all ages. Some of the clubs in attendance were UCE, Stylistics, Individuals, and Good Times. A live DJ was on hand providing the sound entertainment and a few vendors were on site, including JR’s Lowrider Accessories selling their latest line of suspension upgrades. The Majestics crew from Central Florida provided free food and drinks for the families in attendance.
Doubling as a toy drive and a memorial for Cory Soles, a teenager whose life was cut short in a vehicle accident, the Majestics club wanted to thank everyone for their support and donations. It’s always great to see the Lowrider culture come together for a good cause, said Carrie Jackson of St. Cloud, Florida. We always give as much as we can. Over a hundred toys and gifts were donated and picked up by the United States Marine Corps for delivery. Awards were given out to the finest vehicles at the show, including Wil Brannock’s three-wheeling G-body from UCE C.C. from Orlando, Florida, and Devin Debo Gaston’s Cutlass from Individuals C.C. The show was closed out by loving words from Jerry & Deb, the parents of Cory, and followed by a tribute song. Rest in Peace, Cory.