Randall Reed's Planet Ford welcomed guests Oct. 13 to a Texas-size shindig which spotlighted all of the additions and renovations the dealership has recently undergone.
Attendees were given wrist bands and door prize tickets as they entered, and were treated to food and drink, live music, a display of vintage Fords and race cars, and much more.
The service garage was transformed into a Mustang showroom of sorts, complete with a stage where the Fab 5 performed live as entering guests were greeted by go-go dancers.
There was also a silent auction with an impressive collection of art and memorabilia, with the proceeds benefiting Memorial Hermann Northeast Hospital's Project Mammogram, which provides free mammograms to those who cannot otherwise afford them.
The dealership has undergone a complete makeover and additions even include the Cruisers Cafe, where customers can wait while their cars are being serviced.
The all-new Randall Reed's Planet Ford is located at 19000 U.S. Highway 59 North in Humble.
From left, Mary Tims, Faye McMath and Reba Chapin enjoy the festivities at the all-new Planet Ford in Humble.
Go-go dancers Crystal Bell, left, and Bethany McCade welcomed guests to the '60s-themed service garage, where guests were treated to vintage Mustangs and live music from the Fab 5.
A live cowboy statue had guests in awe in Planet Ford's new showroom.
Randall and Sherry Reed, along with daughter Shelby, welcomed guests to their newly designed dealership.