The Southeast Charity Challenge (SECC) is a gathering of American muscle cars spanning back as far as 1953 with the first Chevrolet Corvette. This includes the Chevy Corvette and Dodge Viper in the sports car category and the Chevy Camaro, Ford Mustang, & Dodge Challenger in the pony car group (inspired by the Mustang in 1964). All years of these vehicles are invited to park in the show car parking area.
By design and owner modification, these vehicles like to go fast which is why the 1st Annual Southeast Charity Challenge is being held at the historical Atlanta Dragway. With a full day and unlimited passes there are sure to be some impressive quarter mile runs. Whether you are behind the wheel or in the stands drag racing never disappoints!
Our Purpose: Serve the Local Community & Fund Raise for Forsyth County GA Humane Society
Throughout the years, many of us have gotten our car show fix through cruise ins, church car shows, and vendor hosted shows. The SECC is the Southeast's answer to the Midwest's huge Corvette shows and the myriad of classic muscle car shows of the north. Our goal is to provide a fun, family-friendly, southern-based destination for American muscle car and sports car enthusiasts. The SECC is classics, modern muscle, and racing all wrapped up in one event.
All proceeds will benefit the Forsyth County GA Humane Society, a no kill shelter.
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Humane Society of Forsyth County Georgia
The Humane Society of Forsyth County in Cumming, Georgia is dedicated to preventing cruelty to, relieving the suffering of, and providing humane treatment for animals. We stand by the fact that we are one of a few NO-KILL shelters in this area. We are a volunteer organization interested in the rehoming or placement by adoption of abandoned cats, dogs, kittens and puppies within the Forsyth County area, Roswell, North Fulton, John's Creek, and Alpharetta areas. The Humane Society of Forsyth County is not funded by local or state government and operates on funding by donations, fundraisers and grants.