The News Courier in Athens, Alabama

Letters to the Editor

May 12, 2013

Letters to editor 5/12/13

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Sincerely,

Capt. F.E. “Jack” Morgan (retired)

Athens

 

Support event sponsors

Dear editor,

Although the forecast was against us, we had 200 registered participants at Cars on the Square showing their vehicles.

The vehicles on display were driven to the Square, and I can't say enough how much I appreciate their participation knowing their vehicles were going to get wet.

The good news, it was overcast most of the morning with only one downpour that lasted a short time. The spectators were out and about, which was great to see. 

I want to thank our sponsors, who I'm listing below.  It is long, but you need to understand that these businesses and groups are the folks that make it the event it is today. Please support them and let them know how much you appreciate the behind the scenes support they provide.

Cut this list out and carry it with you. When you go shopping or out to eat, give the list a look. This can be your way to thank them personally.

Snap-On Tools, Redstone Federal Credit Union, Naylor Transmission, Jimmy Smith GMC/Buick/Infinity, J & G Variety – U.S. 72, West Flannagan Lumber, Minor Tire — Decatur, Federal Mogul Allen Brown Heating & Air U.G. White Mercantile Pimentos Pep Boys Trinity, Tri-Green — John Deere, Pepsi, Casa Blanca, Jerry's Auto Sales — U.S. 72 West, Stovall Battery, G & S Fabrication, Gene’s Auto And Machine, Thumpers,

Athens Auto Detail, Dixie Auto, O’Reilly’s, Stateline Sports — Steve Hall, Matco,

Clanton Muffler — Madison, Clayton Machine Works — Madison, Fastenol — U.S. 72 West, Craig's Battery and Advanced Auto.

Special thanks to:

• Athens Police and emergency crews

• Limestone County Tourism’s website, Facebook page, posters and bookkeeping

• Holly Hollman — media

• Team Hammer — Geico Racing Team, Keith Perry, crew chief

• McCormack Kart Racing Team — Mack McCormack and boys

• Lou Santiago — host of “Car Fix”

• David Sharp — announcer

• Bryan Fuller — Fuller Hot Rods for bringing “Thundertaker” for all to see

• Mayor Ronnie Marks and the City Council

• Limestone County commissioners

I can’t tell you how much our small group of volunteers and I appreciate their support. Thank you very, very much.

Please frequent their business listed above. Their support of events like ours makes Athens what it is today — “A great place to live.”

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