Volkswagens rounded up in Fulton over the weekend as part of an annual tradition.
It is the third year for “Volks in the Valley,” an annual tradition organized by Eddie Hedrick. Hedrick said attendance was a bit lower this year, but he was not discouraged.
This year’s enthusiasts came from across the nation. Richard Black, a Volkswagen social media influencer from Arkansas, recently spent three months traveling the country with his wife. They documented the journey on their YouTube channel.
Another owner, Daniel LaRoche, currently owns nearly 500 Volkswagens. However, only a handful are operational.
Regardless of where they came from, the group spent Saturday evening connecting with new and old friends through the vintage and rustic appeal of Volkswagen cars.
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