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June 23, 2021
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A picnic palooza coming to Alicia Park

April 30, 2021

Buddy’s Auto Restoration will be hosting a picnic palooza May 15 at Alicia Park, 291 Santa Alicia Dr. in Rohnert Park. Buddy said, “We as a group from Buddy’s Auto Body are doing this to get families together in hopes of bringing back the community and family feel when classic cars first came out and was centered around on Sunday cruising as family and friends.” 

He continued “this is our first car and picnic event, but we have been holding other cruises and get togethers for the last four years.” This function will portray a safe and open space for all vehicle makes/models and years bringing in old and new and all types of people and families.”

As always everything is free of charge. Each vehicle, modern or classic, will get a commemorative sticker as well. 

We are trying to bring a sense of normalcy to this crazy world we have all been living in for the last year and beyond. Let this be an afternoon away from devises and just see smiling face, shiny cars and good food.

Buddy’s is just a family attempting to bring integrity and customer service back into auto repair as they can paint anything and any material along with repairs. Let them deal with the insurance for you while you make one call to put in the claim and they will call you when completed and updated along the way. They will try to do most anything for you such as painting your guitar or a family heirloom. Stop at the A Park May 15 at 11:30 a.m. and say hello to Buddy.