The weekend after the Lowrider Magazine Las Vegas Super Show, the Carnales Unidos car club threw their annual benefit car show at the Kern County Fairgrounds. Proceeds from the show went to help out the Jamison Children’s Center, an organization that provides shelter, protection, and nutrition for children in an emergency.
This is always a fun event and just like last year, the Carnales Unidos setup a canopy with multiple TV’s in order to let the show participants who are also rabid football fans watch their favorite teams go at it on the gridiron. In an effort to add more attractions to the show, the club brought in a boxing ring and had several amateurs box it out, but it didn’t end there as local mixed martial artists also stepped into the ring and sparred against each other. “We will be having the football games every year because a lot of times when your at car shows, you want to see other things other than just the cars,” explains Cirilo Reyes. The show also had a talent contest and it encouraged many of the local artists to come out and give their all to entertain the crowd on hand.
The show attracted dozens of car clubs, hundreds of show cars, and thousands of spectators. Some of the clubs in attendance included Nokturnal, Brown Society, Traffic, Ranflas Swift, Wicked Customz, Kern County Finest, One Nation, Latin World, Rezmade, Imperials, Stylistics, Aztec Image, Still Tippin, Majestics, Valley Creations, Groupe, and a few other clubs and solo riders. The Carnales Unidos club members know that it can get expensive to come out to a car show, so they allow all show participants to bring their own BBQ pits and food in order for them to be able to save some money. The consideration this club shows for all those who come to exhibit and those who come to watch is unparalleled, and I would like to thank the Carnales Unidos for their hospitality. I hope to see you guys out there next year!