The sixth annual Greenville Graffiti car show on Saturday was once again a success.
Each year, the Chamber of Commerce and Greenville Tourism bring in celebrities to appear at the show.
Also every year, Greenville Mayor Alan Gaffner reads a special proclamation and gives keys to the city to the special guests.
Last year, Erin Moran from “Happy Days” was at the show. Mayor Gaffner said it was learned over the weekend that when Moran appeared at the 2016 show, she knew she had been diagnosed with cancer, and was touched by the Greenville recognition.
Click below to hear his comments in full:
This year’s guests were Barry Williams, Eddie Deezen and Tyler Dale. Saturday was named in honor of them.
After receiving their keys to the city, Deezen and Williams expressed their appreciation.
Click below to hear a portion of their comments:
The seventh Greenville Graffiti Car Show will be Saturday, June 16, 2018.