City Light employees participate in the 3rd Annual Rockin’ BBQ & Car Show
City Light employees raised about $1,700 for the 2015 Puget Sound Heart & Stroke Walk with their third annual car show and barbecue Aug. 20.
The Heart Walk encourages all individuals to live healthier lifestyles and raises money for cardiovascular research and initiatives.
The event brought 37 cars and motorcycles from employees and retirees, including the utility’s SMART Decision driving simulator trailer and a fuel-efficient line truck. City Light’s Fleet division helped sponsor the event, and was ont hand to display the utility’s electric vehicles. Attendees also were treated to a delicious barbecue lunch, with all proceeds going to the Heart Walk.
City Light employee, Jeff Pricco poses next to his Chevrolet El Camino at the 3rd Annual Rockin’ BBQ & Car Show.
“This is good medicine. The car show keeps us from losing connections with retirees and contributes to Heart Walk,” said Jeff Pricco, City Light crew chief and car enthusiast. “Like Family Day, it reflects City Light’s family values.”
Employees enjoyed the diverse cars that were on display at the car show.
Visit the 2015 Puget Sound Heart & Stroke Walk website for more information on how you can get involved.
Seattle City Light employees organized a classic car show and barbecue to raise money for Project Share.
Seattle City Light employees raised $2,400 for Project Share when they held a classic car show and barbecue Aug. 1 at the South Service Center.
The event brought together 33 vehicles, including a vintage camping trailer and a restored fire truck. Our Fleets office sponsored the event, and showcased City Light’s all-electric Nissan Leaf and the latest fuel-efficient line truck.
In addition to food and prizes, the Blue Angels did a fly over. (OK, that was a Seafair thing, but our timing was excellent.)
Attendees raised $2,400, which will assist City Light customers in financial crisis in paying their electric bills.
This Camaro flexed its muscles at the City Light employee car show.
Everybody loves a little red Corvette.
The top was down and the hood was up to show off this beauty.
Old trucks never die, they just go to car shows.