AUBURN, Ind. (WFFT) - The Auburn Cord Duesenberg Museum hosted its annual "trunk or treat" Sunday.
The event is held every year the Sunday before Halloween.
So many kids showed up in costumes Sunday, staff members had to buy more candy.
Museum officials said the event is a great way to introduce kids to the museum.
"We call it a 'friendraiser.' It's not a fundraiser. We just have people coming in looking around, looking at cars, learning about the history. On top of that it's a chance for us to show the museum in another light," said Josh Valadez, ACD Museum marketing manager.
More than 300 kids participated in Sunday's "trunk or treat" event.
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