ABC 36 'Solid Blue Drive-Through' Wraps Up in Frankfort

Reported by: Christine Winter
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Updated: 3/13/2012 8:29 pm
ABC 36 welcomed another long line of cars Tuesday as its 'Solid Blue Drive-Through' wrapped up in Frankfort.

Drivers began lining up at Glenn Toyota by mid-afternoon to get their free Solid Blue t-shirts.

More than 300 cars went through.

Some included cats fans from Corbin and Manchester.

The generous Solid Blue fans in turn donated more than $1,000 to the American Red Cross.

The money will help Kentucky families affected by the deadly storms.

Franklin County Sheriff’s Deputies helped with traffic control and donation security.

The annual event also included a drive-through Monday at S & S Tire in Lexington.




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