Street Trucks|July 2020

COVID-19 MAY HAVE PUT A DAMPER ON CAR SHOWS SO FAR THIS YEAR, BUT LUCKILY ORANGE BEACH INVASION 2020 MADE IT JUST IN TIME. More than 900 vehicles filled the grounds of The Wharf in Orange Beach, Alabama, March 13-15. This was only the fourth year of the show and it was packed. With several thousand spectators hitting the venue, it made for an amazing show.

Planning a show can be difficult, but Greg Miller, Robbie Bryant and the rest of their crew did an outstanding job. Orange Beach Invasion is a family friendly event that encompasses a huge car show, food (eggrolls, too!), vendors and a synchronized light show on Saturday night.

Sparkles Detail was on site making sure everyone’s ride looked its best for the judges. Tons of vendors came out to support the show as well. From wheels and tattoos to stickers, apparel and even a Ferris wheel, you could find it. After checking out all of the vehicles and vendors, we took a ride on the Ferris wheel right there on the show grounds, and as we approached the top, we could see the stunning number in attendance. Who wouldn’t want a high-rise view next to the beach?

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